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VOLUME 31 



NUMBER 1. 



BULLETIN 



OF THE 



SCHOOL of MEDICINE 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



SEPTEMBER, 1946 




PUBLISHED FIVE TIMES A YEAR 
(JANUARY, APRIL, JULY, SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER) 



Lombard and Greene Streets 
Baltimore 1, Md. 



NOTE 

This catalogue was closed for the press on August 3, 1946. The announcements and 
lists of names have been made as accurate as possible, but the right is reserved to 
make changes whenever it is expedient. Accordingly, the information provided may 
not be accurate, in every instance, for the period involved. 



Made in United States of America 



Entered as second-class matter June 16, 1916, at the Postoffice at Baltimore, ;Maryland, 
under the Act of August 24, 1912. 



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BULLETIN 



OF THE 



SCHOOL of MEDICINE 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




Announcement 

The One Hundred Forty-First Academic Session 
1946-1947 



Catalogue 

The One Hundred Fortieth Academic Session 
1945-1946 

September, 1546 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Calendar 4 

Calendar for 1946-1947 5 

Organization 7 

Board of Regents 7 

Facility of Medicine 8 

Fellows 19 

University Hospital 20 

Executive Committee ... 20 

Hospital Staff 20 

Resident and Intern Staff. 22 

Dispensary Staff 23 

Dispensary Report 28 

Mercy Hospital 29 

Hospital Staff 29 

Resident and Intern Staff 33 

Dispensary Staff 33 

Dispensary Report 36 

Baltimore City Hospitals— Staff 37 

Kernan Hospital— Staff 39 

The School of Medicine 40 

History 40 

Buildings and Facilities 40 

Requirements for Admission 45 

Application 45 

Minimum Requirements 45 

Combined Course in Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Medicine 46 

State Medical Student Qualifying Cer- 
tificates 47 

Definition of Residence Status 47 

Current Fees 48 

Rules for Payment of Fees 48 

Penalty for Non-Payment of Fees 48 

Reexamination Fee 48 

Maintenance and Service Fee 49 

Personal Expenses 49 

Student Health Service 49 

General Rules 50 

Prizes 51 

Scholarships 52 

Loan Funds 54 

Organization of the Curriculum 55 

Anaesthesiology 81 

Art as Applied to Medicine 81 

Bacteriology and Immunology 58 

Biological Chemistry 58 

Clinical Pathology 64 

Dentistry 76 



PAGX 

Dermatology 71 

First Aid 77 

Gastro-Enterology 64 

Genito- Urinary Surgery 73 

Gross Anatomy 56 

Gynecology 79 

Histology and Embryology 57 

History of Medicine 81 

Hygiene and Public Health 67 

Industrial Medicine and Surgery. ... 76 

Legal Medicine 68 

Medicine 60 

Neuro-Anatomy 57 

Neurological Surgery 75 

Neurology 67 

Obstetrics 77 

Oncology 75 

Ophthalmology 80 

Orthopaedic Surgery 72 

Otology 74 

Pathology 59 

Pediatrics 66 

Pharmacology 59 

Physiology 57 

Plastic Surgery 77 

Proctology 74 

Psychiatry 65 

Rhinology and Laryngology 72 

Roentgenology 80 

Surgery 68 

Schedules of Courses 82 

Graduates, March 22, 1946 88 

Internships, Graduates of March 22, 

1946 89 

Matriculates, July 19, 1945 to May 25, 

1946 92 

Geographical Distribution of Students, 

July 19, 1945 to May 25, 1946. ... 98 
College Sources of Students, July 19, 

1945 to May 25, 1946 99 

Summary of Students, July 19, 1945 to 

May 25, 1946 98 

Medical Alumni Association 100 

Endowment Fund 100 

University of Maryland School of 

Nursing 101 

Mercy Hospital School of Nursing 102 

Index of Names 103 



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CALENDAR 

Academic Year — September 5, 1946 to June 7, 1947 



1946 

August 28, 29, 30 



C 



Re-examinations for advancement 



FIRST SEMESTER— September 5, 1946 to January 25, 1947 



September 3 Tuesda>' 

September 4 Wednesday 

September 5 Thursday 

November 28, 29, 30 

December 20 Friday 

1947 

January 6 Monday 

January 20 Monda}' 

to 

J^uary 25 Saturday 



*Registration, payment of fees, freshmen and sophomcr* 
*Registration and payment of fees by all other student- 
Instruction begins at 8:30 A.M. 

Thanksgiving recess 
Instruction suspended 5:00 P.M. 
Christmas recess 

Instruction resumed 8:30 A.M. 
Midyear examinations, all classes 
*Payment of fees for second semester 
First semester completed 2:00 P.M. 



January 27 
February 22 
April 3 to 9 
May 12 
May 26 
May 30 
May 31 
June 2 
June 6 

June 7 



SECOND SEMESTER— Januar>' 27 to June 7, 1947 

Monday Instruction begins at 8:30 A.M. 

Saturday Washington's Birthday — Holiday 

Easter recess 
Monday Senior examinations begin 9:00 A.M. 

Monday Junior examinations begin 9:00 A.M. 

Friday Memorial Day — Holiday 

Saturday Announcement of graduates 

Monday Sophomore and Freshman examinations begin 9:00 A.M. 

Friday Second semester completed at 5:00 P.M. 

Pre-Commencement Exercises at Lyric 8:00 P.M. 
Saturday Graduation at College Park at 11 :00 A.M. 



PARTIAL CALENDAR 

Academic Year — September 4, 1947 to June 5, 1948 

August 27, 28, 29 
September 2 Tuesday 



September 3 
September 4 



Wednesday 
Thursday 



Re-examinations for advancement 
*Registration and payment of fees by sophomores and 

freshmen 
*Registration and j^ayment of fees by all other students 

Instruction begins at 8:30 A.M. 



* A student who fails to register prior to or within the day or days specified will be 
called upon to pay a late registration fee of five dollars ($5.00). The last day of registra- 
tion with fee added to regular charges is Saturday of the week in which registration begins. 

The ofiaces of the registrar and comptroller are open daily from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., 
and Saturday from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon. 



ORGANIZATION 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
Harry Clifton Byrd, B.S., LL.D., D.Sc, President and Executive Officer 



BOARD OF REGENTS 

Term Expires 

William P. Cole, Jr., Chairman Baltimore 1949 

Thomas R. Brookes, V ice-Chairman Bel Air 1952 

Stanford Z. Rothschild, Secretary Baltimore 1952 

J. Milton Patterson, Treasurer Baltimore 1953 

E. Paul Knotts Denton 1954 

Glenn L. Martin Baltimore 1951 

Charles P. McCormick Baltimore 1948 

Harrv H. Nuttle Denton 1950 

Philip C. Turner Baltimore 1950 

Millard E. Tydings Washington, D. C 1951 

Mrs. John L. Whitehurst Baltimore 1947 

Members of the Board are appointed by the Governor of the State for terms of 
nine years each, beginning the first Monday in June. 

The President of the University of Maryland is, by law, Executive Officer of the 
Board. 

A regular meeting of the Board is held the last Friday in each month, except 
during the months of July and August. 

Each school has its own Faculty Council, composed of the Dean and members 
of its faculty; each Faculty Council controls the internal afifairs of the group it 
represents. 

The University has the following educational organizations: 



At Baltimore 

The School of Dentistry 
The School of Law 
The School of Medicine 
The School of Nursing 
The School of Pharmacy 

At College Park 

The College of Agriculture 

The College of Arts and Sciences 



The College of Commerce 

The College of Education 

The College of Engineering 

The College of Home Economics 

The Graduate School 

The Department of Military 

Science and Tactics 
The Department of Physical 

Education and Recreation 
The Summer School 



TBE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

EMERITI 

J. Frank Crouch, M.D .... Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and Otology, Emeritus 
Harry Friedenwald, A.B., M.D., D.H.L., D.Sc. .Professor of Ophthalmology, Emeritus 

William S. Gardner, M.D Professor of Gynecology, Emeritus 

J. M. H. Rowland, M.D., D.Sc, LL.D. 

Professor of Obstetrics, Emeritus; Dean, Emeritus 

J. Dawson Reeder, M.D Professor of Proctology, Emeritus 

Henry J. Walton, M.D Professor of Roentgenology, Emeritus 

Page Edmunds, M.D Professor of Traumatic Surgery, Emeritus 

Ruth Lee Briscoe Librarian, Emeritus 

FACULTY BOARD 
H. Boyd Wylie, Acting Dean 

William R. Amberson Andrew C. Gillis D. J. Pessagno 

Franklin B. Anderson Henry F. Graff H. R. Peters 

RuBERT S. Anderson Frank W. Hachtel Maurice C. Pincoffs 

James G. Arnold, Jr. O. G. Harne J G. M. Reese 

Thomas B. Aycock Cyrus F. Horine Charles A. 

Walter A. Baetjer J. Mason Hundley, Jr. Reifschneider 

Charles Bagley, Jr. Elliott H. Hutchins Compton Riely 

J. McFarland Bergland Edward S. Johnson Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

Charles F. Blake F. L. Jennings Harry L. Rogers 

Otto C. Brantigan C. Loring Joslin Milton S. Sacks 

Howard M. Bubert Hugh W. Josephs Emil G. Schmidt 

T. Nelson Carey Walter L. Kilby .Arthur M. Shipley 

C. Jelleff Carr Edward A. Kitlowski Dietrich C. Smith 

Thomas Pv. Chambers John C. Krantz, Jr. R. Dale Smith 

Carl Dame Clarke Louis A. M. Krause William H. Smith 

Ross McC. Chapman Kenneth D. Legge Irving J. Spear 

Clyde A. Clapp R. W. Locher Hugh R. Spencer 

Paul W. Clough G. Carroll Lock.ard Thomas P. Sprunt 

Richard G. Coblentz Edward A. Looper W. Houston Toulson 

Beverly C. Compton William S. Love, Jr. Ralph P, Truitt 

Charles N. Davidson John F. Lutz Eduard Uhlenhuth 

Carl L. Davis Stanley H. Macht Henry F. Ullrich 

Louis H. Douglass Howard J. Maldeis Allen F. Voshell 

Frederick C. Dye N. Clyde Marvel Grant E. Ward 

C. Reid Edwards Charles W. Maxson C. Gardner Warner 

Monte Edwards James C. McAlpine Huntington Williams 

Frank H. J. Figge Zachariah Morgan Walter D. Wise 

Leon Freedom Theodore H. Morrison Thomas C. Wolff 

Edgar B. Friedenwald Emil Novak Robert B. Wright 

Thomas K. Galvin Thomas R. O'Rourk George H. Yeager 

Moses Gellman Robert H. Oster Waitman F. Zinn 

C. W. Peake 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 9 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE FACULTY 

H. Boyd Wylie, Acting Dean 

Louis H. Douglas J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Charles Reid Edwards Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Frank W. Hachtel Arthur M. Shipley 

Hugh R. Spencer 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

PROFESSORS 

William R. Amberson, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology. 

Thomas B. Aycock, B.S., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D., Professor of Neurological Surgery. 

JHarvey G. Beck, M.D., D.Sc, Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Charles F. Blake, M.A., AI.D., Professor of Proctology. 

Otto C. Brantigan, B.S., M.D., Professor of Surgical Anatomy, Associate Professor of 

Surgery. 
Ross McC. Chapman, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry. 
Clyde A. Clapp, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology. 

Richard G, Coblentz, M.A., M.D., Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery. 
JAlbertus Cotton, M.A., M.D., Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, and Roentgenology. 
Carl L. Davis, M.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

Brice M. Dorsey, D.D.S., Professor of Oral Surger>', School of Dentistry. 
Louis H. Douglass, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics. 
JPage Edmunds, M.D., Professor of Traumatic Surgery. 
Charles Reid Edwards, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 
Monte Edwards, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 
H. K. Fleck, M.D., Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Edgar B. Friedenwald, M.D., Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 
Thomas K. Galvin, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gynecology. 

Joseph E. Gichner, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine and Physical Therapeutics. 
Andrew C. Gillis, M.A., M.D., LL.D., Professor of Neurology. 
Frank VV. Hachtel, M.D., Professor of Bacteriology. 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr., M.A., M.D., Professor of Gynecology. 
Elliott H. Hutchins, M.A., M.D., Professor of Surgery. 
F. L. Jennings, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

It is to be noted that for convenience of reference the names of the mem- 
bers of the Faculty are listed in the forepart of this catalogue in alphabetical 
order. The names are listed in order of seniority under each preclinical and 
clinical department of the school on subsequent pages. 

On the lists of the Faculty of Medicine and Fellows and the Hospital and Dispensary 
staffs are given the names and positions assigned during the session July 19, 1945 to May 
25, 1946 unless otherwise indicated. Changes are noted as follows: 

* On leave, military service. 

* Promotions, 

t Appointments. 

f Resignations. 

§ Deaths — dates of. 



10 TEE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

C. Loring Joslin, M.D,, Professor of Pediatrics. 
Walter L. Kilby, M.D., Professor of Roentgenology. 

Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D., Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery. 
John C. Krantz, Jr., Ph.D., D.Sc, Professor of Pharmacology. 
Kenneth D. Legge, M.D., Professor of Clinical Genito-Urinary Surgery. 
G. Carroll Lockard, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Edward A. Looper, M.D., D.Oph., Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology. 
Theodore H. Morrison, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
Thomas R. O'Rourk, M.D., Clinical Professor of Otology, Associate in Rhmology and 
LarjTigology. 

D. J. Pessagno, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

H. Raymond Peters, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Maurice C. Pincofifs, B.S., M.D., Professor of Medicine. 

Charles A. Reif Schneider, M.D., Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery and JOral Surgery 

Compton Riely, M.D., Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr., M.D., Professor of Dermatology. 

Arthur M. Shipley, M.D., D.Sc, Professor of Surgery. 

Irving J. Spear, M.D., Professor of Neurology. 

Hugh R. Spencer, M.D., Professor of Pathology. 

Thomas P. Sprunt, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

VV. Houston Toulson, M.Sc, M.D., Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Eduard Uhlenhuth, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D., Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Huntington Williams, M.D., Dr. P.H., Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

Walter D. Wise, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

H. Boyd Wylie, M.D., Professor of Biological Chemistry and Assistant Dean. 

Waitman F. Zinn, M.D., Clinical Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology. 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

Franklin B. Anderson, M.D., Associate Professor of Rhinology and Lar)mgology, and 

Otology. 
*James G. Arnold, Jr., M.D., Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery. 
Walter A. Baetjer, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 
J. McFarland Bergland, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 
T. Nelson Carey, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Physician in Charge of 

Medical Care of Students. 
C. Jelleff Carr, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pharmacology. 
Thomas R. Chambers, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery, 
^ar l Dame Clarke , ^LA^Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine. 
Paul W. Clough, B.S^, ^iTT", Associate Professor of Medicine. 
*Charles N. Davidson, M.D., Associate Professor of Roentgenology. 
fFrederick C. Dye, M.D., Associate Professor of Anaesthesiology. 
fEdward C. Dobbs, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 
§William Ellsworth Evans, Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pharmacology. 
Frank H. J. Figge, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Gross Anatomy. 

Leon Freedom, M.D., Associate Professor of Neurology and JInstructor in Pathology. 
Moses Gellman, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 
T. Campbell Goodwin, M.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 

§ Died May 6, 1946. 



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JD. James Greincr, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

JWilliam E. Halm, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

O. G. llarne, Associate Professor of Histology. 

Cyrus F. Horine, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Edward S. Johnson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Hugh W. Josephs, M.D , Assocmte Professor of Pediatrics. 

JCharles C. W. Judd, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Vernon D. Kaufman, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry, 

Louis A. M. Krause, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

R. W. Locher, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

William S. Love, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine, ^Instructor in 

Pathology. 
Howard J. Maldeis, M.D., Associate Professor of Legal Medicine and Associate in 

Pathology. 
IFrederick B. Mandeville, M.D., Associate Professor of Roentgenology. 
N. Clyde Marvel, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Charles W. Maxson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
JSydney R. Miller, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 
James G. McAlpine, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Bacteriology. 
Emil Novak, A. B., M.D.,D.Sc., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 
Robert H. Oster, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 
C. VV. Peake, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
J. G. M. Reese, M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 
Harry L. Rogers, M.D., Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 
Emil G. Schmidt, Ph.D., LL.B., Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry. 
Dietrich Conrad Smith, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 
William H. Sniith, M.D., Associate I'rofessor of Clinical Medicine. 
Ralph P. Truitt, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
Henry F. Ullrich, M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 
Grant E. Ward, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery and Oral Surgery. 
C. Gardner Warner, .A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 
J. Herbert Wilkerson, M.D., Associate Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 
Robert B. Wright, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 
^Lawrence F. Woolley, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
George H. Yeager, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 

Thurston R. Adams, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and *Proctology. 

Rubert S. Anderson, Ph.D., .Assistant Professor of Physiology. 

H. F. Bongardt, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

J. Edmund Bradley, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Leo Brady, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Simon H. Brager, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and fAssociate in Proctology. 

H. M. Bubert, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

JMurray M. Copeland, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Ross Davies, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

f. S. Eastland, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Francis A. Ellis, A.B. , M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology. 

Maurice Feldman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 

A. H Finkelstein, M. D.. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

•Francis W. Gillis, M.D., Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery. 



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Harry Goldsmith, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

*Albert E. Goldstein, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

Henry F. Graff, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology. 

Lewis P. Gundry, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Harry C. Hull, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

*Harry K. Iwamota, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 

Albert Jaffe, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

John E. Legge, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

John F. Lutz, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Histology. 

fStanley H. Macht, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 

*Howard B. Mays, M.D., Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery andlnstructor in 

Pathology. 
Walter C. Merkel, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Zachariah Morgan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
Samuel Morrison, A.B., M.D., ^Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
Harry M. Murdock, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
George McLean, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
James W. Nelson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
H. VV. Newell, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
M. Alexander Novey, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 
§Benjamin Pushkin, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
I. O. Ridgely, M.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Harry M. Robinson, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Assistant in 

Medicine. 
Milton S. Sacks, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine and Head of Clinical 

Pathology. 
*John E. Savage, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 
Richard T. Shackelford, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Isadore A. Siegel, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 
Edward P. Smith, M.D., Ph.G., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 
Frederick B. Smith, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
fR. Dale Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Gross Anatomy. 
IGeorge A. Strauss, Jr., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 
John H. Traband, M.D,, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
I. Ridgeway Trimble, M.D., A.ssistant Professor of Surger3^ 

*W. Wallace Walker, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 
William H. F. Warthen, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 
^Glenn S. Weiland, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry. 
Thomas C. Wolff, Litt.B., M.D., CM., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
fAsa D. Young, M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 

ASSOCIATES 

Margaret B. Ballard, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Dudley P. Bowe, A.B., M.D,, Associate in Obstetrics. 

Kenneth B. Boyd, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology and Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Beverley C. Compton, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

W. A. H. Councill, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

E. Eugene Covington, M.D., Associate in Surgical Anatomy and Surgery. 

^ Resigned August 31, 1946. 
§ Died September 8, 1945. 



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*D. McCleHand Dixon, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics and Instructor in Pathology. 

John C. Dumler, B.S., M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

William W. Elgin, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry. 

J. J, Erwin, M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Houston Everett, M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

L. K. Fargo, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Wetherbee Fort, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Frank J. Geraghty, A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Samuel S. Glick, M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

*George Govatos, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

§*Georg K. Giilck, M.D., Associate in Pharmacology. 

Raymond F. Heifrich, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

John T. Hibbitts, M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

John F. Hogan, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Z. Vance Hooper, M.D., Associate in Gastro-Enterology. 

Clewell Howell, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

*D. Frank Kaltreider, A.B., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

*Joseph V. Jerardi, B.S., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Joseph T. Keraler, M.D., Associate in Opthalmology. 

F. Edwin Knowles, Jr., M.D., Associate in Ophthalmology. 
*Harry V. Langeluttig, A.B., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Philip F. Lerner, A.B., M.D., Associate in Neurology. 
Luther E. Little, M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Hans W. Leowald, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry. 

H. Edmund Levin, B.S., M.D., Associate in Bacteriology*, Instructor in Medicine. 

G. Bowers Mansdorfer, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
Lyle J. Millan, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Frank K. Morris, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology*, Instructor in Obstetrics. 

W. Raymond McKenzie, M.D., Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

Hugh B. McNally, B.S., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Frank N. Ogden, M.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry. 

*Dexter L. Reim.ann, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pathology, Assistant in Medicine. 

Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D., Associate in Otology and in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

William F. Rienhoff, Jr., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

William M. Seabold, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

William B. Settle, M.D., Associate in Surgery, Instructor in Surgical Anatomy, |Instructor 

in Gynecology. 
JHarry S. Shelley, B.S., M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 
Arthur G. Siwinski, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 
Sol Smith, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

|Cleo D. Stiles, M.D., Associate in Rhinology and Lar3'ngology, and Assistant in Otology. 
E. H. Tonolla, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
John A. Wagner, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pathology, Instructor in Neurological Surgery* 

and Assistant in Medicine. 
Austin H. Wood, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

LECTURERS 

Jonas Friedenwald, M.A., M.D., Lecturer in Ophthalmic Pathology. 
Charles R. Goldsborough, M.A., M.D., Lecturer in jSIedicine. 

§ Died July 23, 1946. 



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Leslie B. Hohman, M.D., Lecturer in Psychiatry. 

t James C. Munch, Ph.D., Lecturer in Elementary Biometrics. 

♦Myron G. Tull, A.B., M.D., M.P.H., Lecturer in Hygiene and Public Health. 

Clark H. Yeager, M.D., Dr. P.H., Lecturer in Tropical Medicine. 

INSTRUCTORS 

Conrad B. Acton, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine and Pathology. 
Marie A. Andersch, Ph.D , Instructor in Medicine. 

A. Russell Anderson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

tCarl E. Bailey, D.D.S., Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry, School of Dentistry. 
Nathaniel M. Beck, A.B., M.D,, Instructor in Pharmacology f, Assistant in Medicine 

and Gastro-Enterology. 
fEugene S. Bereston, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 
Roland E. Bieren, M.D., Instructor in Pathologyf, Assistant in Gynecology. 
Harry C. Bowie, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy*. 
Thomas S. Bjvvyer, A.B,, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Obstetrics. 
*George H. Brouillet, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Ann Virginia Brown, A.B., Instructor in Biological Chemistry. 
fSamuel H. Bryant, A.B., D.D S., Instructor in Oral Diagnosis, School of Dentistry. 
Henry F. Buettner, M.D., Instructor in Bacteriology. 
Harold H. Burns, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
M. Paul Byerly, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Lucile J. Caldwell, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 
*Mary E. Chinn, A.B., Instructor in Physiology. 
Ernest I. Corni)rooks, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
Edward F. Cotter, M.D., Assistant in Neurology and Jlnstructor in Pathology. 
Stuart G. Coughlan, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
J. G. N. Gushing, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

B. Matthew Debuskey, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

W. Allen Deckert, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Surgery and 

JObstetrics. 
JS. J. Demarco, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Francis G. Dickey, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
William K. Diehl, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
*Everett S. Diggs, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
Ernest S. Edlow, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
William L. Fearing, M.D., Instructor in Neurology. 
Jerome Fineman, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Philip D. Flynn, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

♦Samuel L. Fox, M.D., Instructor in Rhinology, Laryngology and Otology. 
*Irving Freeman, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
William L. Garlick, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
^William L. Guy ton, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
E. M. Hanrahan, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Mary L. Hayleck, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
♦Robert F. Healy, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
William G. Helfrich, B.S , M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
JSamuel T. Helms, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine and Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

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W. Grafton Hersperger, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

*Benjaniin Highstein, M.D , Instructor in Dermatology. 

F. A. Holden, M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

*Mark B. Hollander, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

fHelen A. Horn, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Calvin Hyman, M.D., Instructor in Surger>'. 

XB. Wallace Inman, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Conrad L. Inman, D.D.S., Consulting Dentist. 

Meyer VV. Jacobson, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

tjoye J. Jennings, A.B., Instructor in Physiology. 

JVVilliam R. Johnson, M.D., Instructor in Surger>*. 

Edward S. Kallins, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Clyde F. Kams, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

*Fayne A. Kayser, M.D., Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

JHoward F. Kinnamon, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Lester N. Kolman, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

'Vernon E. Krahl, B.S., M.S., Instructor in Gross Anatomy. 

A. Kremen, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmologj'. 

•Frederick R. Kyper, M.D., D.Sc, Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

Milton C. Lang, M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Arnold F. Lavenstein, Instructor in Pediatrics. 

C. Edward Leach, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Samuel Legum, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Kurt Levy, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

*Ephraim T. Lisansky, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology*, Assistant in Medicine. 

I. H. Maseritz, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

R. B. Mitchell, Jr., B.S , M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

J. Duer Moores, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Ruth Musser, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacology. 

John A. Myers, M.E.E., M.D., Instructor in Medicine, Assistant in Gastro-Enterology. 

Francis McLaughlin, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Samuel Novey, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

fPaul Padget, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

•William A. Parr, M.D., Instructor in Otology 

fEugene L. Pessagno, A.B., D.D.S., Instructor in Operative Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Herbert E. Reifschneider, A B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery and fSurgical Anatomy, 

Jlnstructor in Oral Surgery. 
Robert A. Reiter, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Daniel R. Robinson, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
John F. Schaefer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Kathryn L. Schultz, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
•Theodore A. Schwartz, M.D., Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology. 
Lawrence M. Serra, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
fA. Albert Shapiro, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 
•Robert C. Sheppard, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
M. S. Shiling, A.B., M.D.. D.Sc, Instructor in Medicine. 
Albert J. Shochat, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gastro-Enterology. 

Benedict Skitarelic, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology f, and Assistant in Medicine. 
JKarl J. Steinmueller, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

'Resigned July 31, 1946. 



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Harry A. Teitelbaum, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gross AnatomyJ, Assistant in Neurology. 

David Tenner, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

JDorsey R. Tipton, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, 

tVVilliam D. VandeGrift, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Philip S. Wagner, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Gibson J. Wells, A.B., M D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Hugh G. Whitehead, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

*Milton J. Wilder, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

JHenry L. Wollenweber, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

flsrael Zeligman, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

ASSISTANTS 

J. Warren Albrittain, B.S., M.D , Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Leon Ashman, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

JJohn L. Atkins, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Jones B, Ballina, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Donald J. Barnett, M.D., Assistant in Roentgenology. 

fHarry McB. Beck, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Robert Z. Berry, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

JJoseph M. Blumberg, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

tjohn Z. Bowers, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

*Henry A. Briele, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

A. V. Buchness, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Paul E. Carliner, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

L. T. Chance, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

IWilliam S. Cheney, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Robert F. Chenowith, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

JRobert C. Crawford, A.B , M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Samuel H. Culver, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

^Raymond M. Cunningham, A.B., M D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Preston R. Cutler, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

JDaniel I. Dann, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

fEdwin O. Daue, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

*Nachman Davidson, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

E. Hollister Davis, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

■*George H. Davis, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

John R. Davis, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

fWilliam A. Dodd, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

JH. C. Donahoo, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

fWilliam C. Duffy, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

fWilliam C. Dunnigan, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Morris A. Fine, M.D., Assistant in Medicine and Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Herbert M. Foster, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Audrey M. Funk, A.B., Assistant in Medicine. 

|L. Calvin Gareis, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

*Jason H. Gaskel, M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

William R. Geraghty, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

JWalter H. Gerwig, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

♦Robert L. Gibbs, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 






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JMarion H. Gillis, M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

Robert J. Gore, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

H. L. Granoff, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

William H. Grenzer, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Joseph B. Gross, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

*Samuel J. Hankin, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Oscar Hartman, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

John S. Haught, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

*Thomas A. Hedrick, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

L. Ann Hellen, B.S., Assistant in Medicine. 

James W. Hendrick, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

John H. Hirschfeld, M.D., Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

John V. Hopkins, M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

fRoUin C. Hudson, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Jaroslav Hulla, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

William C. Humphries, M.D., Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

fBenjamin H. Isaacs, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology, 

JOUver A. James, M.D , Assistant in Surgery 

Jacob R. Jensen, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Hugh Jewett, M.D., Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery, 

JFerd E. Kadan, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

William H. Rammer, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

fHarry F. Kane, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Melvin D. Kappelman, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Arthur Karfgin, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

James R. Karns, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Lawrence Katzenstein, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Lauriston L. Keown, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

flrvin P. Klemkowski, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

*Charles W. Knerler, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

♦Schuyler G. Kohn, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Louis J. Kroll, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Alfred S. Lederman, Assistant in Gastro-Enterology. 

tV. Harwood Link, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

*F. Ford Loker, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

JWilliam B. Long, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

JWilliam C. Lowe, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

H. Pearce Maccubbin, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

John W. Machen, M.D., Assistant in Neurology. 

JErnest W. Mack, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Helen I. Maginnis, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

fCharles B. Marek, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

A. Robert Marks, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Maxwell L. Mazer, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Robert B. Mearns, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

|Karl F. Mech, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 

George C. Medairy, M.D., Assistant in Neurology. 

Israel P. Meranski, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

William A. Mitchell, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

John H. Morrison, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 



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S. Edwin Muller, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Joseph E. Muse, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Howard B. McElwain, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

JWilliam VV. McKinney, M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery. 

JSamuel McLanahan, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

§J. Edward Norris, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

JRichard S. Owens, M.D., Assistant in Otology. 

Margaret Virginia Palmer, A.M., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Patrick C. Phelan, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Leslie Harrell Pierce, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

fRoss Z. Pierpont, M.D., Assistant in Surger>' and Surgical Anatomy. 

JSamuel E. Proctor, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery, 

*J. Emmett Queen, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

fFrederick M. Reese, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

jSamuel T. R. Revell, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Henry L. Rigdon, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

tjohn O. Robben, B S., M.D., Assistant in Plastic Surgery. 

JDonald J. Roop, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

fSeyraour VV. Rubin, M.D., Assistant in Pathology. 

JT. Edgie Russell, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

fVVilliam J. Rysanek, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Clarence P. Scarborough, M.D., Assistant in Plastic Surgery. 

W. J. Schmitz, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Earle S. Scott, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

J. King B. E. Seegar, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

tjoseph C. Sheehan, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

E. Roderick Shipley, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

George Silverton, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Jerome Snyder, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

tJune Linda Snyder, A.B., Assistant in Physiology. 

Samuel Snyder, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

JSoIomon Tanenbaum, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

T. J. Touhey, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Wilfred H. Townshend, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

W. H. Triplett, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

JHugh H. Trout, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

fRobert B. Tunney, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

tPrederick W. VVaknitz, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

William K Waller, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

William Earl Weeks, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

J. Carlton Wich, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Albert R. Wilkerson, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Daniel Wilfson, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

fHoward L. Zupnik, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

FELLOWS 

*David Auld, Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology. 
Frederick K. Bell, Ph.D., U. S. Pharmacopoeia Fellow. 

§ Died December 7, 1945. 

1 April 1, 1946 to August 31, 1946. 



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fKoland E. Bieren, M.D., Hitchcock Fellow in Gynecology. 

JdeCamp B. Farson, A.B , Elder Fellow in Pharmacology. 

fElaine Gaby, A.B,, Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology. 

tErnest G. Guy, B.S., M.D., Weaver Fellow in Pathology. 

JAlvin H. Honigman, B.S., M.D., Weaver Fellow in Pathology. 

JHelen A. Horn, A.B., M.D., Weaver Fellow in Pathology 

JHarry K. Iwamoto, Ph.D., Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology. 

fLouis O. J. Manganiello, A.B., M.D., Fellow in Neurological Surgery. 

JSylvia L. Pollack, B.S., Weaver Fellow in Physiology. 

tJohn 0. Robben, B.S., M.D., National Cancer Institute Fellow. 

■fMary J. Sauerwald, A.B., Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Dorothy K. Shipley, M.S., Fellow in Pharmacology. 

JWilfred H. Townshend, Jr., A.B., M.D., Hitchcock Fellow in Medicine. 

John A. Wagner, B.S., M.D., Hitchcock Fellow in Neurological Surgery. 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE STAFF 
H. Boyd Wylie, Acting Dean, 1 

Haeold a. Sayles, Acting Superintendent, J ' -^ 



Beverly C. Compton, Chairman 

W. Houston Toulson, Vice Chairman 

Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Arthur M. Shipley 

Louis H, Douglass 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Clyde A. Clapp 

Edward A. Looper 

Walter L. Kilby 

C. Loring Joslin 

Allen Fiske Voshell 

Frederick C. Dye 

Hugh R. Spencer 

William M. Seabold, Secretary 



Alternates 



Thomas P. Sprunt 
Charles Reid Edwards 
J. G. M. Reese 

Henry F. Graff 
Thomas R. O'Rourk 
Charles N. Davidson 
J. Edmund Bradley 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 

Harold A. Sayles, Acting Superintendent 



Physician-in-Chiej . 



Physicians . 



Maurice C. Pincoffs 
Walter A. Baetjer 
Thomas P. Sprunt 
John E. Legge 
Louis A. M. Krause 
' G. Carroll Lockard 
Joseph E. Gichner 
William H. Smith 
William S. Love, Jr. 
^T. Nelson Carey 

Castro- Enterolo gist Zachariah R. Morgan 

flRVTNG J. Spear 
\Leon Freedom 

!Ross McC. Chapman 
Ralph P. Truitt 
Harry M. Murdock 
C. Loring Joslin 
Albert Jaffe 
J. Edmund Bradley 
A. H. Finkelstein 
William M. Seabold 

Pathologist Hugh R. Spencer 

Surgeon-in-Chief Arthur M. Shipley 



Neurologists. 



Pediatricians. 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 



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Surgeons. 



Proctologists. 



Orthopaedic Surgeons . 



[Charles Reid Edwards 
A J Page Edmunds 
[ Thomas B. Aycock 

fCHARLES BaGLEV, Jr. 

Neurological Surgeons Richard G. Coblentz 

[james G. Arnold, Jr. 

[Edward A. Looper 

Laryngologists Franklin B. Anderson 

[thomas R. O'Rourk 

/ Monte Edwards 
1^ Thurston R. Adams 
( Allen Fiske Voshell 
) Moses Gellman 
]CoMPTON Riely 
[ Henry V. Ullrich 
VV. Houston Toulson 

W. A. H. COUNCILL 

GenitO'Urinary Surgeons ^Lyle J. Millan 

IHarry S. Shelley 
Howard B. Mays 

Dental Surgeon in-Chief Brice M. Dorsey 

Vernon D. Kaufman 
Samuel H. Bryant 

fEoWARD C. DOBBS 

fCARL E, Bailey 

fEuGENE L. PeSSAGNO 

[Walter L. Kilby 

Roentgenologists <^Charles N. Davidson 

[Donald J. Barnett 

Dermatologist Harry M. Robinson,Sr. 

Bronchoscopist Edward A. Looper 

Otologist Thomas R. O'Rourk 

Anaesthesiologist '. . . . fFREDERiCK C. Dye 

Louis H. Douglass 
|M. A. NovEY 
Isadore a. Siegel 
J. G. M. Reese 
John E. Savage 
Hugh B. McNally 
[Clyde A. Clapp 

Ophthalmologists { Henry F. Graff 

[F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 
[j. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Gynecologists I Leo Brady 

[ Beverley C. Compton 
Mason Hundley, Jr. 
iRANT E. Ward 



Dentists . 



Obstetricians 



Oncologists . 



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22 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

ANNUAL HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 
The following annual appointments are made to the University Hospital: 

Three Residents in Medicine Four Residents in Obstetrics 

Seven Residents in Surgery Two Residents in Pediatrics 

One Resident in Neurosurgery Two Residents in Roentgenology 

Three Residents in Gynecology Twenty-Four Rotating Interns 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 

RESIDENT STAFF 

APRIL 1, 1946 TO JUNE 30, 1946 

Frank J. Ayd, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Lester H. Caplan, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Mary Clark, A.B., M D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
Edwin 0. Daite, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
John E. Esnard, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
John F. Gayle, M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 
James H. Graves, B.S., M.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
James W. Hendrick, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resutent in Surgery 
Alvin H. Honigman, B.S., M.D., Resident in Medicine 
James S. Hunter, M.D., Resident in Gynecology 
Charles H. Ingram, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
C. Louis JORGENSEN, A.B., M.D., Resident in Obstetrics 
Bert A. Kanwit, A.B,, M.D., Assi<;tant Resident in Surgery 
James R. Karns, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
LoRMAN L. Le VINSON, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
Clarence M/UITin, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
William S. Miller, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
William T. Raby, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
John O. Robben, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Edwtn L. Seigman, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Roentgenology 
E. Roderick Shipley, A.B._, M.D., Resident in Surgery 
Ed^^n H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Robert L. Stone, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 
Hugh D, Vazzana, M.D., Assistant Resident in Roentgenology 
James H. Walker, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

JULY 1, 1946 TO JUNE 30, 1947 

Frank J. A\T), Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

William L. Byerly, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Lester H. Caplan, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Mary Clark, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Edwin O. Daue, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

John E. Esnard, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

J. S. FiEER, M.D., Resident in Ophthalmology, Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology 

John F. Gayle, M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 

James H. Gravt:s, B.S., M.B., M.D., AssistaiU Resident in Obstetrics 

E. Mildred Gregory, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 



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James S. Hunter, M.D., Residetit in Gynecology 

Charles H. Ingram, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

C. Louis Jorgensen, A.B., M.D., Resident in Obstetrics 

Bert A. Kanwit, A.B. M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

James R. Karns, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

LoRMAN L. Levinson, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

H. Pearce Maccubin, B.S., M.D., Resident in Medicine 

Clarence Martin, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

William S. Miller, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

Alfred T. Nelson, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

William T. Raby, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

ED^VIN L. Seigman, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Roentgenology 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., Resident in Surgery 

Robert L. Stone, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 

Raymond K. Thompson, B.S., M.D., Resident in Neurosurgery 

Hugh D. Vazzana, M.D., Resident in Roentgenology 

James H. Walker, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

INTERNS 
AprU 1, 1946 to June 30, 1947 



Robert E. Bauer, A.B., M.D. 
Richard J. Cross, Jr., B.S., M.D. 
Walter L. Crouch, B.S., M.D. 
Guy K. Driggs, M.D. 
James L. Eavey, B.S., M.D. 
Joseph S. Fischer, A.B., M.D. 
John G. Gregg, A.B., M.D. 
John B. Harley, B.S., M.D. 
Charles W. Hawkins, M.D. 
Harry E. Hill, B.S., M.D. 
Charles R. Holmes, B.S., M.D. 
Erwin R. Jentsiings, A.B., M.D. 



Clarence W. Legerton, Jr., M.D. 
Charles B. Marshall, Jr., M.D. 
Ger^axd a. Martin, B.S., M.D. 
George Y. Massenberg, M.D. 
Robert E. McCurdy, B.S., M.D. 
John E. Morrison, M.D. 
PoMEROY Nichols, Jr., M.D. 
Milton Reisch, B.S., M.D. 
Robert C. Rossberg, B.S., M.D. 
Frank A. Shallenberger, Jr., B.S., M.D. 
James A. Vaughn, Jr., A.B., M.D. 
Joseph B. Workman, A.B., M.D. 



DENTAL INTERN 
Harold D. Moses, A.B., D.D.S. 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 

Emma Winship, R.N. 
Dispensary Director 

DISPENSARY COMMITTEE 

George H. Yeager, Cfiairman 
Emma Winship, R.N., Secretary 



Allen Fiske Voshell 
Beverley C. Compton 
A. H. Finkelstein 

^Chief of Medical Clinic . 



Lewis P. Guntdry 
Howard B. Mays 
D. Frank Kaltreider 



To be appointed. 



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Assistant Chiefs of Medical Clinic. 



Physicians. 



Chief of Gastro- Enter ology Clinic 

Assistant Chiefs of Gastro-Enterology Clinic. 



Assistant Gastro-Enterolo gists . 

Chief of Neurology Clime . . . . 

Assistant Neurologists 

Chief of Psychiatric Clinic 



Assistant Psychiatrists. 



[Lewis P. Gundry 
|[rving Freeman 
1 Kurt Levy 
[Samuel Legum 
M. A. Fine 

Charles R. Goldsborough 
Meyer VV. Jacobson 
M. Paul Byerly 
Samuel J. Hankin 
H. Edmund Levin 
Thomas P. Sprunt 
G. Carroll Lockard 
Milton S. Sacks 
^Leslie Harrell Pierce 
.Zachariah Morgan 
/Francis G. Dickey 
\Z. Vance Hooper 
Samuel Morrison 
Albert J. Shochat 
Charles V. Sevcik 
Alfred S. Lederman 
.Leon Freedom 
f William L. Fearing 
\ Harry A. Teitelbaum 
. Ralph P. Truitt 
H. W. Newell 
Harry Goldsmith 
Alice J. Rockwell 
Joseph Marshall 
H. Robert Blank 
Hans VV. Loewald 
Sidney Berman 
Mabel Wilkins 
Kathryn L. Schultz 
fHELEN Arthur 
fHAROLD L. Vyner 



Chief of Chest Clinic 

Assistants, Diseases of the Lungs. 
Chief of Metabolism Clinic 



. .E. H. TONOLLA 

[Manuel Levin 
.1 Meyer W. Jacobson 
[Joseph E. Muse, Jr. 

.Lewis P. Gundry 



Assistants in Metabolism Clinic 



William G. Helfrich 

Walter E. Karfgin 

A. Goldman 

Louis V. Blum 

W. Grafton Hersperger 



Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic William S. Love, Jr. 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 



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Assistant Chiefs of Cardiovascular Clinic. 



Assistant Cardiologists 



Chief of Allergy Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Allergy Clinic 

Assistant Allergists 



(C. Edward Leach 

\ *RoBERT B. Mitchell, Ji 

Samuel J. Hankin 
Irving Feieeman 
Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 
Ephraim T. Lisansky 
F. Frederick Ruzicka 
H. F. Ermshar 
Wilfred H. Townshend 
t Willi am G. Helfrich 
fRoLLiN C. Hudson 

H. M. Bubert 



Allergy Clinic Technician 
Director, Pediatric Clinic 
Chief of Pediatric Clinic . 



Edward S. Kallins 

{Samuel Snyder 
Frank V. Manieri 
S.Edwin Muller 

Selma Rosenberg 

. A. H. Finkelstein 



Samuel S. Click 



Assistant Pediatricians . 



M. Paul Byerly 
Israel P. Meranski 
William M. Seabold 
Jerome Fineman 
Albert Jaffe 
Lauriston L. Keown 
Joseph R. Meyerowitz 
Gibson J. Wells 
I Robert J. Gore 
Louis V. Blum 
*Earle S. Scott 
Arnold F. Lavenstein 
*WiLLiAM E. Weeks 
^Thomas A. Hedrick 
*J. Carlton Wich 
*A. Robert Marks 

Chief of Surgical Clinic George H. Yeager 

IThurston R. Adams 
JLuther E. Little 
*George H. Brouillet 

fSTUART G. COUGHL.AN 

JW. R. Johnson 
JSamuel E. Proctor 
JClarence p. Scarborough 
VViluam B. Settle 

Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery Clinic .Allen Fiske Voshell 



Assistant Surgeons. 



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Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeons 



Chief of Genito-U rinary Clinic 



John V. Hopkins 
Moses Gellman 
Henry F. Ullrich 
JGeorge S. Appleby 
Milton J. Wilder 
tEvERETT D. Jones 

W. Houston Toulson 



Assistant Genito-U rinary Surgeons. 



Director of Dermatology Clinic. 
Chief of Dermatology Clinic. . . 



Assistant Dermatologists . 



Chief of Rhinology and Laryngology Clinic . 



Assistant Rhinologists and LaryngAogists 



VV. A. H. Councill 
John F. Hogan 

LyLE J. MiLLAN 

J Harry S. Shelley 
Howard B. Mays 

Harry M. Robinson, Ss. 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 

fFRANCis A. Ellis 

tEuGENE S. BeRESTON 

fA. Albert Shapiro 
Lester N. Kolman 
"J Mark B. Hollander 
Benjamin Highstein 

tSOLOMON TaNENBAUM 

fLuciLE Caldwell 
jV. Harwood Link 

Benjamin S. Rich 

JCleo D. Stiles 
Thomas R. O'Rourk 
{ M. Baylus 
Frederick T. Kyper 
Samuel L. Fox 



Chi^ of Proctology Clinic 

Assistant Proctologist 

Chief of Gynecology Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Gynecology Clinic 



.Monte Edwakds 
Thurston R. Adams 



Assistant Gynecologists 



J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Beverley C. Compton 

Thomas S. Bowyer 
John C. Dumler 
John T. Hibbitts 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, 

Jr. 
William B. Settle 
Kenneth B. Boyd 
VV. Allen Deckert 
Everett S. Diggs 
Helen I. Maginnis 
William K. Diehl 
*John S. Haught 
IErnest I. Cornbrooks, 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 



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Female Cystoscoptsis. 



fj. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Beverley C. Compton 
William K. Diehl 



Chief of Dental Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Denial Clinic . 



Assistant Dentists 



Chief of Obstetrical Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Obstetrical Clinic. 



Brice M. Dorsey 
Vernon D. Kaufman 

fCARL E. Bailey 
Samuel H Bryant 

fEDWARD C. DOBBS 
fEUGENE L. PeSSAGNO 

,*D. Frank Kaltreider 
.*Margaret B. Ballard 



Assistant Obstetricians 



Oncology Clinic, Gynecological Division 



Oncology Clinic, Surgical Division 



Dudley P. Bowe 
Maxwell L. Mazer 
Jaroslav Hulla 
|\V. Allen Deckert 
Hugh B. McNally 
|Ferd E. Kadan 
Jacob R. Jensen 
J, Warren Albrittain 
D. McClelland Dixon 
W. Kenneth Mansfield, 

tDANIEL I. DaNN 

Thomas S. Bowyer 
iL. Calvin Gareis 
Oscar Hartman 
Melvin D. Kappelman 
Jones B. Ballina 
William A. Mitchell 
tj. K. B. E. Seegar 
fT. Edgie Russell 
tTR\iN P. Klemkowski 
fKENNETH B. Boyd 

J. Mason Hundley. Jr. 
Beverley C. Compton 
fOHN C. Dumler 
William K. Diehl 

IErneST I. CORNBROOKS, 

Jr. 

tEVERETT S. DiGGS 

Grant E. Ward 

E. Eugene Covington 

J. DUER Moores 

' tMURRAY M CoPELAND 

Arthur G. Siwtnski 
tWiLUAM K, Diehl 



28 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Chief of Ophthalmology Clinic Henry F. Graff 

[Frank A. Holden 
I Milton C. Lang 

Assistant Ophthalmologists \ Jerome Snyder 

[fFREDERiCK M. Reese 

Directress, Occupational Therapy Miss Frances F. Lewis 

Directress, Social Service Miss Mary Fitzpatrick 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY REPORT 

July 1, 1944-June 30, 1945 

Departments New Cases Old Cases Total 

Allergy 113 2,148 2,261 

Cardiology 113 1,436 1,549 

Cystoscopy 88 424 512 

Dermatology 3,496 8,417 11,913 

Diabetic 43 634 677 

Gastro-Intestinal 217 942 1 , 159 

Genito-Urinary 293 593 886 

Gynecology 1,358 4,198 5,556 

Hematology 7 151 158 

Medicine 1,078 2,915 3,993 

Neurology 175 657 832 

Obstetrics 1,456 10,508 11,964 

Occupational Therapy 76 1 ,541 1 ,617 

Oncology 150 989 1 , 139 

Ophthalmology 1,054 3,264 4,318 

Orthopaedic 1,111 2,239 3,350 

Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology 969 1 ,013 1 ,982 

Pediatrics 1,590 6,794 8,384 

Physiotherapy 18 173 191 

Plastic Surgery 15 34 49 

Proctology 106 105 211 

Psychiatry 124 259 383 

Surgery 2,469 6,439 8,908 

Tuberculosis 139 605 744 



Total 16,258 56,478 72,736 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF 



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MERCY HOSPITAL 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 
Walter D. Wise, Chairman 



Sister M. 


Veronica 


Sister M. 


Celeste 


Sister M. 


Mildred 


Sister M. 


Philip 


Sister M. 


Vincent 


Sister M. 


Helen 



Henry F. Bongardt 

H. Raymond Peters 

Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Waitman F. Zinn 

Thomas K. Galvtn 

Edward P. Smith 

Elliott H. Hdtchins 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF 



Neurological Surgeons . 



Surgeon-in-Chief Walter D. Wise 

Elliott H. Hutchins 
Charles F. Blake 
F. L. Jennings 
R. W. Locher 

Surgeons ^Thomas R. Chambers 

D. J. Pessagno 
William F. Rienhoff 
N. Clyde Marvel 
Henry F. Bongardt 
Charles Bagley, Jr. 
Richard B. Coblentz 
James D. Arnold, Jr. 

fFRANK J. OtENASEK 

I. O. Ridgely 
James W. Nelson 
Howard B. McElwain 
Simon H. Brager 
John A. O'Connor 
JThomas B. Aycock 
Charles W. Maxson 
I. RiDGEWAY Trimble 
Richard T.Shackelford 
Raymond F. Helfrich 
Julius Goodman 
JE. Eugene Covington 
S. Demarco, Jr. 

T. J. TOUHEY 

William N. McFaul, Jr. 
Meyer H. Zuravin 
Howard L. Zcpnik 
"[Daniel R. Robinson 
Joseph V. Jerardi 
Wm. C. Dunnigan 
Harold H. Burns 

fWlLLTAM L. GaRLICK 

tJcHN F. Schaefer 
*F. Ford Loker 

fPATRICK C. PheLAN 



Associate Surgeons 



Assistant Surgeons 



Associatt Rhinologists and Laryngologists 



30 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Plastic Surgeon fEDWARD A. KnxowsKi 

Consulting Ophthalmologist and Otologist Harry Friedenwald 

Ophthalmologists and Otologists \^1 J 

(M. Raskin 

Associate Ophthalmologists and Otologists <i. 

Assistant Ophthalmologists and Otologists Wt^ t^ Kt 

\\F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

^ u- TJ1 ' 1 • 4 J T 1 -. fw. Raymond McKenzie 

Consulting Rkinologtsts and Laryngologists |^^^^^^ ^^ Mitchell 

Rhinologist and Laryngologist Waitman F. Zinn 

Fayne a. Kayser 
Benjamin S. Rich 
Theodore A. Schwartz 

BlRKHEAD MaCGOWAN 

fBENjAMiN H. Isaacs 

Assistant Rhinologist and Laryngologist Joseph V. Jeppi 

Bronchoscopist Waitman F. Zinn 

Associate Bronchoscopist Fayne A. Kayser 

Assistant Bronchoscopist Theodore A. Schwartz 

Proctologist Charles F. Blake 

Orthopaedic Surgeon H. L. Rogers 

Associate Orthopaedic Surgeon Henry F. Ullrich 

, . ^ , ,. ^ fl. H. Maseritz 

Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeons < ^. „ p 

Urologist Kenneth D. Legge 

. _, , _ /Leon K. Fargo 

Associate Urologists \ Francis VV. Gillis 

[Francis A. Ellis 
Dermatologists ^William D. Wolfe 

[fEUGENE S. BeRESTON 

Dentist J. D. Fusco 

Constdting Dentist fCoNRAD L. Inman 

Consulting Physician Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Physician-in-ChieJ H. Raymond Peters 

|!Iarvey G. Beck 
Thomas P. Sprunt 
George McLean 



Physicians . 



J. Sheldon Eastland 
Louis A. M. Krause 
tTnoMAS C. Wolff 



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Associate Physicians 



Assistani Physicians 



Associate Gastro-Enterologists 

Assistant Gastro- Enter olo gist . 

Pediatricians 

Associate Pediatrician 



[Hubert C. Knapp 
i Bartus T. Baggott 
I Wether BEE Fort 
•{John E. Legge 
I T. Nelson Carey 
I Sol Smith 
[Hugh J. Welch 

S. A. TUMMTNELLO 

J. Howard Burns 
Earl L. Chambers 

K. W. GOLLEY 

William H. Kammee 
JDONALD J. Roop 
S. Edwin Muller 
IWilliam C. Lowe 
John R. Davis, Jr. 
*J. Emmett Queen 
tPniLiP D. Flynn 

fFREDERICK J. VOLLMER 

(T. Frederick Leitz 
h'HEODORE H Morrison 
I * Maurice Feldman 



Assistant Pediatricians. 



Neurologist and Psychiatrist 

Associate Neurologists and Psychiatrists . 
Obstetrician-in-Chief 



Obstetricians 



. fEPHRAIM T. LiSANSKY 

I Edgar B. Friedenwald 
■\ Frederick B. Smith 

. G. Bowers Mansdorpeb 

J Willi AM J. Schmttz 
William M. Seabold 
*Jerome Fineman 
to. Walter Spurrier 

flSRAEL P. MeRANSKI 

[fEowARD L. Frey, Jr. 
, Andrew C. Gillis 

J Harry Goldsmith 
\ Philip F. Lerner 

Edward P. Smith 

T. J. Erwtn 

Thomas K. Galvtn 
I William S. Gardner 
1 Frank K. Morris 
I Ernest S. Edlow 
[fHuGH B. McNally 



.4 ssociate Obstetrician Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 



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Assistant Obstetricians . 



Consulting Gynecologist . 
Gynecologist-in-Chief . . . 



Gynecologists. 



Associate Gynecologists . 



Assistant Gynecologists . 



J. Howard Burns 
fHARRY F. Kane 

fWlLLIAM A. DODD 

fHARRY McB. Beck 
William C. Duffy 
Joseph C. Sheehan 

fWlLLIAM J. RySANEK, Jr. 

^Robert B. Tunney 

William S. Gardner 

Thomas K. Galvin 

[Edward P. Smith 
J. J. Erwin 
*Frank K. Morris 

f Ernest S. Edlow 
^George A. Strauss, Jr. 
[*H. L. Granoff 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 

fWlLLIAM A. DODD 

fHARRY McB. Beck 
William C. Duffy 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
fHARRY F. Kane 
f Robert B. Tunney 

Walter C. Merkel 
Hugh R. Spencer 
ItC. Gardner Warier 

[H. T. Collenberg 
{ tH. Raymond Peters 
I^ICharles E. Bramble 

f Charles E. Brambel 

Sister Paula Marie 
Eleanor Behr 
Charlotte Schwalm 
Lillian Marie Lawler 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Carmela E. Miceli 

Consulting Radiologist Albertus Cotton 

Radiologist f Asa D. Young 

Assistant Radiologist E. Eugene Covington 

f Sister M. Kevin 

Technicians \ Charlotte Clopter 

[Henrietta McCaffery 



Pathologists. 



Clinical Pathologists. 
Clinical Biochemist . . 



Technicians . 



MERCY nOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 33 

ANNUAL HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 

The following annual appointments are made to the Mercy Hospital: 

Five Residents in Surgery Resident in Pathology 

Four Residents in Medicine Resident in Rhinology 

Three Residents in Gynecology and Obstetrics 
Twelve Interns on Rotating Service 

MERCY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 

APRIL 1, 1946-JUNE 30, 1947 I 

RESIDENT STAFF 

Kenneth C. Sharretts, A.B., M.D., Resident Surgeon 

Jesse L. Wileins, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Surgeon 

Harold P. Biehl, A.B., M.D.^ Assistant Resident Surgeon 

Michael DeVincentes, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Surgeon 

James G. Stegmaier, B.S., M.D., Resident Pathologist 

Joseph E. Reahl, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Surgeon 

Edward S. McCabe, B.S., M.D., Resident Physician 

John T. Doenges, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

James J. Nolan, B.S., M.D,, Assistant Resident Physician 

Richard A. Carey, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

Charles Strahan, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

Anthony F. Stedem, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

Edward H. Hardman, B.S., M.D., Resident Gynecologist 

DwiGHT P. Cruikshank, A.B., M.D., Associate Resident Gynecologist, Resident Obstetrician 

Hugh B. Munson, M.D., Assistant Resident Gynecologist and Obstetrician 

Joseph M. Daly, M.D., Resident Otolaryngologist 

RESIDENT INTERNES 

William D. Gentry, Jr., M.D. James V. Minor, Jr., A.B., M.D. 

James J. Gerlach, A.B., M.D. Thomas P. Connor, A.B., M.D. 

August Kiel, Jr., M.D. James S. O'Hare, B.S., M.D. 

Lawrence J. Knox, Jr., B.S., M.D. Earl R. Paul, M.D. 

Thomas B. Lebherz, B.S., M.D. James A. Roberts, B.S., M.D. 

Clarence E. McWilliams, Jr., A.B., M.D. David N. Sills, Jr.. M.D. 

Robert E. May, A.B., M.D. Edward P. Smith, Jr., M.D. 

MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 

Sister M. Agnesine, B.S., R.N Dispensary Director 

Supervisor of Surgical Clinic Raymond F. Helfrich 

Assistant Supervisor of Surgical Clinic Harold H. Burns 



34 



THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Assisiarit Surgeons 



Supervisor of Genito-Urinary Clinic 
Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeons. 
Supervisor of Orthopaedic Clinic. . . . 



I. 0. RiDGELY 

h. f. boncardt 
James W. Nelson 
I. RiDGEWAY Trimble 
Simon H. Bracer 
S. Demarco, Jr. 
i E. Eugene Covington 
RichardT. Shackelford 

tMEYER H. ZuRAVIN 

Howard L. Zupnik 
Daniel R. Robinson 
Joseph V. Jerardi 

fVVlLLIAM C. DuNNIGAN 
fVVlLLIAM L. GaRLICK 

tJoHN F. Schaefer 
*tF. Ford Loker 

fPATRICK C. PhELAN 

{Raymond J. Lipin 

Kenneth D. Legge 

fL. K. Fargo 
\Francis \V. Gillis 

. Albertus Cotton 



Orthopaedic Surgeons . 



Supervisors of Medical Clinic . 
Chiefs of Medical Clinic 



Assistant Physicians. 



Chief of Allergy Clinic 

Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic 



Assistant Cardiologists. 



Harry L. Rogers 
Henry F. Ullrich 
I. H. Maseritz 
*Jason H. Gaskel 

iu. Raymond Peters 
I Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Sol Smith 

*S. Edwin Muller 

Milton Stein 
ILouis F. Ki-Imes 
Irving Freeman 
fPeiLiP D. Flynn 
t Frederick J. Vollmer 
fWiLLiAM H. Kammer 
I Nathaniel M. Beck 
{William C. Lowe 
John R. Davis 
*]. Emmett Queen 

fCHARLES F. O'DONNELL 

t Joseph R. Guyther 
S. Edwin Muller 
Thomas C. Wolff 
f Leon Ashman 

■\tEPHRAIM T. LiSANSKY 



AfERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 



35 



Chief of Metabolism Clinic J. Sheldon Eastland 

Assistant in Metabolism Clinic |Loqis F. K limes 

Gastro-Enterologist Maurice Feldman 

Assistant Gastro-Enterologist JEphi^aim T. Lisansky 

Chief of Pediatric Clinic Edgar B. Friedenwald 

G. Bowers Mansdorfer 
Jerome Fineman 
George Bayley 
Pediatricians "^ John VV. Maciien 

flSRAEL T. MeRANSKI 

to. Walter Spurrier 
fEDWARD L. Frey, Jr. 

Sui)ermsor of Neurological and Psychiatric Clinic Andrew C. Gillis 

(Harry Goldsmith 
Philip F. Lerner 
George C. Medairy 



Supervisor of Dermatology Clinic. 
Dermatologists 



Oncologist . 

Chief of Gynecology Clinic . 



Gynecologists 



. Francis A. Ellis 
f William D. Wolfe 

\tEuGENE S. BeRESTON 

. James W. Nelson 

. Thomas K. Galvin 

Edward P. Smith 
J. J. Erwin 
Frank K. Morris 
JGeorge a. Strauss, Jr. 
Ernest S. Edlow 
H. L. Granoff 
Charles H. Doeller, 
Jr. 

fWlLLTAM A. DODD 

fHARRY McB. Beck 
William C. Duffy 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
William J. Rysanek 
fHARRY F. Kane 
Robert B. Tunney 

Chief of Obstetrical Clinic Edward P. Smith 

fHARRY F. Kane 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
tj. Howard Burns 
William A. Dodd 
Harry McB. Beck 
William C. Duffy 
f Joseph C. Sheehan 
f Robert B. Tunney 



Obstetricians 



36' TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Esophagoscopist Waitman F. Zinn 

A ssnciaie Esophagoscopist Fayne A. Kayser 

Waitman F. Zinn 



Rhinologists and Laryngologists 



IBenjamin S. Rich 
Theodore A. Schwartz 
JSamdel L. Fox 
fBExjAMiN H. Isaacs 

, fRoss C. Brooks 

[M. Raskin 

^ F. A. Pacienza 



Ophthalmologists and Otologists , , , , , 

'Joseph V. Jeppi 



^F. Edwin Knowt.es, Jr. 

Supervisor oj Proctology Clinic Charles F. Blake 

D , 7 . , f JE. Eugene Covington 

Proctologists <l ^, _ 

[Simon H. Brageb 

Supervisor of Dental Clinic J. D. Fusco 

Constdting Dentist Conrad L. Inman 

Supervisor of Physiotherapy Clinic Leon Hannan 

Assistant Physiotherapist Alice R. Hannan 

Social Worker Sister M. Helen 

„ . f Eva Applegarth 

\Peggy O'Neill 

MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY REPORT 

Year of 1945 

Departmeni New Cases 

Bronchoscopic 289 

Cardiology 13 

Dental 32 

Dermatology 155 

Diabetic 12 

Gastro-Intestinal 20 

Genito-Urinary 1 10 

Gynecology 259 

Medicine 400 

Neurology 60 

Ophthalmology 137 

Orthopaedics 63 

Pediatrics 239 

Physiotherapy 118 

Postnatal 378 

Prenatal 280 

Proctology 15 

Rhinolaryngology 343 

Surgery 717 

Surgical Follow-Up 90 

Well Baby Clinic Ill 



Old Cases 


Total 


744 


1,033 


169 


182 


33 


65 


313 


468 


364 


376 


103 


123 


1,066 


1,176 


824 


1,083 


1,992 


2,392 


310 


370 


353 


490 


320 


383 


716 


955 


2,167 


2,285 


221 


599 


1,984 


2,264 


33 


48 


648 


991 


3,373 


4,090 


431 


521 


75 


186 



Totals 3,841 16,239 20,080 



THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS STAFF 37 

THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSTITALS 

STAFF, 1946-1947 

Parker J. McMillin, Superintendent 

Consulting Chief Surgeon Arthur M. Shipley, M.D., D.Sc. 

Surgeon-in-Chief Thomas B. Aycock, B.S., M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief *John T. King, Jr., A.B., M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief C. Holmes Boyd, M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief, Radiology Stanley H. Macht, B.S., M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief, Tuberculosis Dospital *H. Vernon Langeluttig, M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief, Tuberculosis Hospital Lawrence M. Serra, M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief, Psychopathic Hospital Esther L. Richards, M.D. 

Ohstetrician-in-Chief Louis H. Douglass, M.D. 

Pediatrician-in-Chief Harold E. Harrison, B.S., M.D. 

Pathologist-in-Chief C. Gardner Warnt:r, A.B., M.D. 

Dental Surgeon-in-Chief Lowell P. Henneberger, D.D.S* 

Assistant Surgeon-in-Chief Otto C. Brantigan, M.D. 

James C. Owings, M.D. 
Harry C. Hull, M.D. 
Visiting Surgeons ^ Henry N. Harkins, M.D. 



F. C. Lee, M.D. 

I. Ridgeway Trimble, M.D. 

Consultant in Traumatic Surgery Charles A. Reifschneider, M.D. 

Consultant in Peripheral Vascular Diseases George H. Yeager, B.S., M.D. 

_ „ . . n, .• o /Edward A. Kitlowski, M.D. 

Consultants m Plastic Surgery \^ at n t ivr t^ 

[Edward M. Hanrahan, Jr., M.D. 

f Luther E. Little, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons -j George Duncan, ]\LD. 

[Harris B. Schumacker, Jr., M.D. 

Assistant Chief Physician, Tubercidosis Alvin S. Hartz, M.D. 

f John H. Hirschpeld, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians, Tuhercidosis { Louis Z. Dalmau, M.D. 

[Ephraim p. Lisansky, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Psychiatrist Thomas A. C. Rennie, M.D. 

Visiting Obstetrician J. G. M. Reese, M.D. 

John M. Haws, B.S., M.D. 
John E. Savage, B.S., M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Obstetricians < Hugh B. McNally, B.S., M.D. 

J. William Dorman, A.B., M.D. 
D. Frank Kaltreider, A.B., M.D. 

Assistant Pedialri-cian-in-Chief John E. Baybutt, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



3S THE SCnOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

;*WlLLIAM DORMAN, M.D. 
*\ViLLTAM B. Stifler, M.D. 
*B. Matthew Debuskey, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Pediatrician William M. Seabold, A.B., M.D. 

Visiting Gynecologist J. Mason Hundley, Jr., M.A., M.D. 

Beverley Compton, M.D. 
John C. Dumlers, B.S., M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Gynecologists "{John T. Hibbitts, M.D. 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr., M.D. 
William K. Diehl, M.D. 

Assistant Chief Physician Howard K. Rathbun, M.D. 

C*JoHN W. Parsons, M.D. 
Louis A. M. Krause, M.D. 
Harry F. Klinefelter, Jr., M.D. 
Charles C. W. Judd, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physician Thurston Harrison, M.D. 

Visiting Cardiologist 

Visiting Oplithalmologist Frank B. Walsh, M.D. 

yr- u- r^ .1 . j- a / AlLEN F. VOSHELL, A.B., M.D. 

F,«(«, Orlhopaedu Surgeons l^^^^ P ^^^^^ ^ ^^ ^ g^ 

Assistant Visiting Orthopaedic Surgeon Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 

-,..,. r ,' . , /Thomas R. O'RouRKE, M.D. 

VuU,ng Uryngohg^sts ^^^^ ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^ 

..,,,,..,. _ , ., /Donald F. Proctor, M.D. 

Assistant \ isiting Laryngolo gists < „ t, ,r t»t t^ 

^ ■' ^ ^ [Frederick T. Kyper, M.D. 

Visiting Urologist W. Houston Toulson, M.Sc, M.D. 

A •. WT7--.- TT 1 ., /Hugh Jewett, M.D. 

Assistant VisUmg Urologists <tt t> kt n/r-n. 

* * \HowARD B. Mays, M.D 

-,..,. T,j 1 ■ 1 c^ /Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D. 

V^sU^n Neurolosual Surgeons [rscbj^ G. Cobleniz, M.A., M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Neurological Surgeon James G. Arnold, Jr., M.D. 

-,..,. ,, , ., /Frank R. Ford, M.D. 

VisUmg Neurologists \o. R. Langworthy, M.D. 

fHARRY A. Teitelbaum, M.D. 
Assistant Visiting Neurologists s Harold L. Vyner, M.D. 

[George G. Merrill, M.D. 

Visiting Proctologist Monte Edwards, M.D. 

Visiting Oncologist Grant E. Ward, A.B., M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Otologist J. J. Belemer, M.D. 

Visiting Dermatologist Isaac R. Pels, M.D. 

Visiting Dental Surgeon H. Glenn Waring, D.D.S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeon L. W. Bimestefer, D.D.S. 

Visiting Laboratory Physician Julius M. Waghelstein, M.D. 

Physiologist Nathan Shock, M.D. 

Visiting Radiologist Howard H. Ashbury, M.D. 



39 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF MARYLAND FOR 

CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

STAFF, 1946-1947 

Surgeon-in-ChieJ and Medical Director Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D. 

Attending Orthopaedic Surgeon and Roentgenologist Albertus Cotton, A.M., M.D. 

[Moses Cellaian, B.S., M.D. 

Associate Orthopaedic Surgeons -JHakry Roger.s, M.D. 

[WiNTnROP M. Phelps, A B., M.D. 
Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeon Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 

Plastic Surgeon Edward A. Kitlowski, A B., M.D. 

Aurist and Laryngologist Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D. 

Dentist M. E. Coberth, D.D.S. 

Pediatrist Helen M. Taussig, M.D. 

{Arthur Isl. Shipley, M.D., Sc.D. 
Charles Reid Edwards, A.B., M.D. 
Thomas B. Aycock, B.S., M.D. 

-,,..,. , , , . f Franklin B. Anderson, M.D. 

Consulting Aunsis and Laryn goto gists < „ . , , , ^x r^ r^ y. 

* ^ & 6 [Edward A. Looper, M.D., D.Oph. 

Constating Neurological Surgeon Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D. 

Consulting Plastic Surgeon John Staige Davis, B.Sc, M.D. 

Consulting Physician Thomas R. Brown, A.B., M.D. 

^ ... r^ . ; • . /Harry M. Robinson, Sr., M.D. 

Consulting Dermatologists <, „ ,,„ 

* * \Leon Ginsberg, M.D. 

^ ,.. «T , . . /Irving J. Spear, M.D 

Consul„n,Neuroloi.ts \r. V. Seliger, M.D. 

Consulting Pediatrist Benjamin Tappan, A.B., M.D. 

Consulting Dentist Harry B. McCarthy, D.D.S. 

^ ,.. ^ ., J , ■ . /Harry Friedenwald, A.B., M.D., D.H L., D.Sc. 

Consulting OpthaUnologists IvVilliam Tarun, M.D. 

Consulting Pathologist Hugh R. Spencer, M.D. 

Consulting Roentgenologist Henry J. Walton, M.D. 

Resident Orthopaedic Surgeon Everett D. Jones, M.D. 

Superintendent Miss Maud M. Gardner, R.N. 

Dispensary and Social Service Nurse Mrs. Evelyn Byrd Zapf, R.N. 

o; . , ^, ^. , jv -r ; • • /MissCarilineEarle, P.T., Reg. 

Physical Therapists and X-ray Technician < . , ^ ,_ ^ 

(Mrs. Georgiana Wtsong 

Occupational Therapist Miss Muriel Zimmerman, O.T. 

Instructor in Grammar School Miss Bertha Sendelback 



40 THE SCnOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICLNE 

The present School of Medicine, with the title University of Maryland School 
of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons, is the result of a consolida- 
tion and rr.erger of the University of Maryland School of Medicine with the 
Baltimore Medical College (1913) and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Baltimore (1915). 

Through the merger with the Baltimore Medical College, an institution of 
thirty- two years' growth, the facilities of the School of Medicine were enlarged in 
faculty, equipment and hospital connection. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons was incorporated in 1872, and estab- 
lished on Hanover Street in a building afterward known as the Maternite, the 
first obstetrical hospital in Maryland. In 1878 union was effected with the 
Washington University School of Medicine, in existence since 1827, and the college 
was removed to Calvert and Saratoga Streets. Through the consolidation with 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, medical control of the teaching beds in 
the Mercy Hospital was obtained. 

The School of Medicine of the University of Maryland is one of the oldest foun- 
dations for medical education in America, ranking fifth in point of age among the 
medical colleges of the United States. It was organized in 1807 and chartered 
in 1808 under the name of the College of Medicine of Maryland, and its first 
class was graduated in 1810. In 1812 the College was empowered by the Legisla- 
ture to annex three other colleges or faculties: Divinity, Law, and Arts and 
Sciences; and the four colleges thus united were ''constituted an University by the 
name and under the title of the University of Maryland." 

The original building of the Medical School at the N. E. corner of Lombard and 
Greene Streets was erected in 1812. It is the oldest structure in this country 
from which the degree of doctor of medicine has been granted annually since its 
erection. In this building were founded one of the first medical hbraries and one 
of the first medical school libraries in the United States. 

At this Medical School dissection was made a compulsory part of the curriculum, 
and independent chairs for the teaching of gynecology and pediatrics (1867), and 
of ophthalmology and otology (1873), were installed for the first time in America. 

This School of Medicine was one of the first to provide for adequate clinical 
instruction by the erection of its own hospital in 1823. In this hospital intramural 
residency for senior students was established for the first time. 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

The original medical building at the N. E. corner of Lombard and Greene 
Streets houses the Office of the Dean, Office of the Assistant Dean and two lecture 
haUs. 

The Administration Building, to the east of the original building, contains the 
Baltimore offices of the Registrar and the Director of Admissions and two lecture 
halls. 

The laboratory building at 31 South Greene Street is occupied by the depart- 
ments of Pathology, Bacteriology and Biochemistry. 



HISTOR Y OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 41 

The Frank C. Bressler Research Laboratory provides the departments of 
Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Pharmacology, Physiology and Clinical 
Pathology with facilities for teaching and research. It also houses the reseaixh 
laboratories of the clinical departments, animal quarters, a laboratory for teaching 
Operative Surgery, a lecture hall and the Bressler Memorial Room. 

This building was erected in 1939-1940 at 29 South Greene Street opposite the 
University Hospital. It was built with funds left to the School of Medicine by 
the late Frank C. Bressler, an alumnus, supplemented by a grant from the Federal 
government. The structure, in the shape of an I, extends east from Greene 
Street, just north of the original building. 

MEDICAL LIBRARY 

^Howard Rovelstad, A.B., M.A., B.S.L.S Acting Director of Libraries 

«Carl W. HiNTZ, A.B., A.B.L.S., A.M.L.S Director of Libraries 

Ida Marian Robinson, A.B., B.S.L.S Librarian 

'Ruth Lee Briscoe Assistant Librarian 

Julia E. Wilson, B.S., B.S.L.S Assistant Librarian 

Edith R. McIntosh, A.M., A.B.L.S Cataloguer 

Charlotte Jubb Assistant to the Cataloguer 

The Medical Library of the University of Maryland, founded in 1813 by the 
purchase of the collection of Dr. John Crawford, now numbers 26,000 volumes and 
several thousand pamphlets and reprints. Over three hundred of the leading 
medical journals, both foreign and domestic, are received regularly. The library 
is housed in Davidge Hall, a comfortable and commodious building in close prox- 
imity to classrooms and laboratories, and is open daily for the use of members of 
the faculty, the student body and the profession generally. Libraries pertaining 
to particular phases of medicine are maintained by several departments of the 
medical school. 

The library of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and the Welch 
Medical Library are open to students of the medical school without charge. 
Other libraries of Baltimore are the Pcabody Library and the Enoch Pratt Free 
Library. 

DISPENSARY BUILDING 

The old hospital building has been remodeled and is occupied by the Out-patient 
Department. Thus the students have been provided with a splendidly appointed 
group of clinics for their training in out-patient work. xAll departments of clinical 
training are represented in this remodeled building and all changes have been 
predicated on the teaching function for which this department is intended. 

The ofiice of the Medical School Physician is located in this building. 

The Department of Art also occupies quarters here. 

^ Appointed July 1, 1946. 

2 Resigned June 30, 1946. 

3 Retired July 31, 1946. 



42 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

The University Hospital, which is the property of the University of Maryland, 
is the oldest institution for the care of the sick in the state of Maryland. It was 
opened in September 1823, under the name of the Baltimore Infirmary, and at 
that time consisted of but four wards, one of which was reserved for patients with 
diseases of the eye. 

In 1933-1934 the new University Hospital was erected and patients were 
admitted to this building in November 1934. The new hospital is situated at the 
southwest corner of Redwood and Greene Streets, and is consequently opposite 
the medical school buildings. The students, therefore, are in close proximity 
and httle time is lost in passing from the lecture halls and laboratories to the 
clinical facihties of the new building. 

This new building, with its modem planning, makes a particularly attractive 
teaching hospital and is a very valuable addition to the clinical facilities of the 
medical school. 

The new hospital has a capacity of 435 beds and 65 bassinets devoted to general 
medicine, surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, and the various medical and surgical 
specialties. 

The teaching zone extends from the second to the eighth floor and comprises 
wards for surgery, medicine, obstetrics, pediatrics, and a large clinical lecture hall. 
There are approximately 270 beds available for teaching. 

The space of the whole north wing of the second floor is occupied by the de- 
partment of roentgenology. The east wing houses clinical pathology and special 
laboratories for clinical microscopy, biochemistry, bacteriology, and an especially 
well appointed laboratory for students' training. The south wing provides space 
for electro-cardiographic and basal metabolism departments, with new and very 
attractive air-conditioned or oxygen therapy cubicles. The west wing contains 
the departments of rhinolaryngology and bronchoscopy, industrial surgery, oph- 
thalmology, and male and female cystoscopy. 

The third and fourth floors each provide two medical and two surgical wards. 
The fifth floor contains two wards for pediatrics, and on the sixth floor there are 
two wards for obstetrics. Each ward occupies the space of one wing of the 
hospital. 

On the seventh floor is the general operating suite, the delivery suite, and the 
central supply station. The eighth floor is essentially a students' floor and affords 
a mezzanine over the operating and delivery suites, and a students' entrance to 
the clinical lecture hall. 

In the basement there is a very well appointed pathological department with a 
large teaching autopsy room and its adjunct service of instruction of students in 
pathological anatomy. 

The hospital receives a large number of accident patients because of its prox- 
imity to the largest manufacturing and shipping districts of the city. 

The obstetrical service is particularly well arranged and provides accommoda- 
tion for forty ward patients. This service, combined with an extensive home 
service, assures the student abundant obstetrical training. 



ni STORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 43 

During the year ending December 31, 1945, 1917 cases were delivered in the 
hospital and 395 cases in the outdoor department. Students in the graduating 
class observed at least thirty-five cases, each student being required to deliver at 
least ten patients in their homes. 

The dispensaries associated with the University Hospital and the Mercy Hospi- 
tal are organized upon a uniform plan in order that the teaching may be the same 
in each. Each dispensary has the following departments: medicine, surgery, 
pediatrics, ophthalmology, otology, genito-urinary, gynecology, gastroenterology, 
neurology, orthopaedics, proctology, dermatology, laryngology, rhinology, car- 
diology, tuberculosis, psychiatry, oral surgery and oncology. 

All students in their junior year work each day during one-third of the year 
in the departments of medicine and surgery of the dispensaries. In their senior 
year, all students work one hour each day in the special departments. 

MERCY HOSPITAL 

The Sisters of Mercy first assumed charge of the Hospital at the corner of Cal- 
vert and Saratoga Streets, then owned by the Washington University, in 1874. 
By the merger of 1878 the Hospital came under the control of the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, but the Sisters continued their work of ministering to the 
patients. 

In a very few years it became apparent that the City Hospital, as it was then 
called, was much too small to accommodate the rapidly growing demands upon it. 
However, it was not until 1888 that the Sisters of Mercy, with the assistance of 
the Faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, were able to lay the corner- 
stone of the present hospital. This building was completed and occupied late in 
1889. Since then the growing demands for more space have compelled the erec- 
tion of additions, until now there are accommodations for 3-18 patients. 

In 1909 the name was changed from The Baltimore City Hospital to Mercy 
Hospital. 

The clinical material in the free wards is under the exclusive control of the 
Faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. 

THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 

The clinical facilities of the School of Medicine have been largely increased by 
the liberal decision of the Department of Public Welfare to allow the use of the 
wards of these hospitals for medical education. The autopsy material also is 
available for student instruction. 

Members of the junior class make daily visits to these hospitals for clinical 
instruction in medicine, surgery, and the speciailies. 

The Baltimore City Hospitals consist of the following separate divisions: 
The General Hospital, 400 beds, 90 bassinets. 
The Hospital for Chronic Cases, 575 beds. 
The Hospital for Tuberculosis, 280 beds. 
Infirmary (Home for Aged) 700 beds. 



44 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF 
MARYLAND FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

This inslilul-Ion is situated on an estate of 75 acres at Dickeyville. The site 
is within the northwestern city limits and of easy access to the city proper. 

The location is ideal for the treatment of children, in that it affords all the ad- 
vantages of sunshine and country air. 

A hospital unit, complete in every respect, offers all modern facilities for the 
care of any orthopaedic condition in children. 

The hospital is equipped with 100 beds — endowed, and city and state supported. 

The orthopaedic dispensary at the University Hospital is maintained in closest 
affiliation and cares for the cases discharged from the Kernan Hospital. The 
physical therapy department is very well equipped with modern apparatus 
and trained personnel. Occupational therapy has been fully established and 
developed under trained technicians. 

THE BALTIMORE EYE, EAR, AND THROAT HOSPITAL 

This institution was first organized and operated in 1882 as an outgrowth of the 
Baltimore Eye and Ear Dispensary, which closed on June 14, 1882. The name 
then given to the new hospital was The Baltim.ore Eye and Ear Charity Hospital. 
It was located at the address now known as 625 W. Franklin St. The out-patient 
department was opened on September 18, 1882 and the hospital proper on 
November 1 of the same year. In 1898 a new building afforded 24 free beds 
and 8 private rooms; by 1907 the beds numbered 47; at present there are 60 beds, 
29 of which are free. In 1922 the present hospital building at 1214 Eutaw Place 
was secured and in 1926 the dispensary was opened. In 1928 a clinical laboratory 
was installed. During 1943 the out-patient visits numbered 18,989. 

Through the kindness of the Hospital Board and Staff, our junior students 
have access to the dispensary which they visit in small groups for instruction in 
ophthalmology. 



STANDARD REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 45 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 

METHOD OF MAKING APPLICATION 

Application forms may be filed one calendar year before the next incoming 
class. These forms may l)e secured from the Committee on Admissions, School 
of Medicine, University of Maryland, Baltimore-l, Maryland. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO THE FIRSl YEAR 

Application for admission is made by filing the required form and by having all 
pertinent data sent directly to the Committee on Admissions, in accordance with 
the instructions accompanying the application. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING 

Students who have attended approved medical schools are eligible to file ap- 
plications for admission to the second- and third-year classes. These applicants 
must be prepared to meet the current first-year entrance requirements in addition 
to presenting acceptable medical school credentials, and a medical school record 
based on courses w^hich are quantitatively and qualitatively equivalent to similar 
courses in this school. 

Application to advanced standing is made in accordance with the instructions 
accompanying the application form. 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 

The minimum requirements for admission to the School of Medicine are: 

(a) Graduation from an approved secondary school, or the equivalent in 

entrance examinations, and 

(b) Three academic years of acceptable premedical credit earned in an approved 

college of arts and sciences. The quantity and quality of this prepro- 
fessional course of study shall be not less than that required for recom- 
mendation by the institution where the premedical courses are being, 
or have been, studied. 

The premedical curriculum shall include basic courses in 
English 
Biology 

Inorganic Chemistry 
Organic Chemistry 
Physics 
French or German 



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TEE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



and such elective courses as will complete a balanced three-year schedule of study 
The elective courses should be selected from the following three groups: 



numaniiies 

English (an advanced 
course in English 
composition should 
be taken, if possible) 

Scientific German or 
French (A reading 
knowledge of either 
language is desirable, 
although German is 
preferred) 

Philosophy 



Natural Sciences 
Vertebrate Embryology 
Comparative Vertebrate 

Anatomy 
Quantitative Analysis 
Physical Chemistry 
Mathematics 



Social Sciences 
Economics 
History 

Political Science 
Psychology (a basic 
course is desirable) 
Sociology, etc. 



Careful attention should be given to the selection of elective courses in the 
natural sciences. Accordingly, it is suggested that the elective list given above 
be a guide in this connection and that the remainder of the college credits be 
accumulated from courses designed to promote a broad cultural development. 
Students should avoid the inclusion of college courses in subjects that occur in the 
medical curriculum, for example, histology, histological technique, human anat- 
omy, bacteriology, physiology, neurology, physiological chemistry. 

It is not intended that these suggestions be interpreted to restrict the education 
of students who exhibit an aptitude for the natural sciences or to limit the de- 
velopm.ent of students who plan to follow research work in the field of medicine. 

In accepting candidates for admission, preference will be given to those appli- 
cants who have acceptable scholastic records in secondary school and college, 
satisfactory scores in the Medical Aptitude Test, favorable letters of recommenda- 
tion from their premedical committees, or from one instructor in each of the de- 
partments of biology, chemistry, and physics, and who in all other respects give 
every promise of becoming successful students and physicians of high standing. 

Those candidates for admission who are unconditionally accepted will receive 
a certificate of matriculation from the Office of the Dean. 

COMBINED COURSE IN ARTS AND SCIENCES AND MEDICINE 



A combined seven years' curriculum leading to the degrees of Bachelor of 
Science and Doctor of Medicine is offered by the University of Maryland. The 
first three years are taken in residence in the College of Arts and Sciences at Col- 
lege Park, and the last four years in the School of Medicine in Baltimore. (See 
University catalogue for details of quantitative and qualitative premedical course 
requirements.) 

If a candidate for the combined degree completes the work of the first year in 
the School of Medicine with an average of "C" or better, and if he has absolved 



STANDARD REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSIONS 47 

the quantitative and qualitative premedical requirements set up by the University, 
he is eligible to recommendation by the Dean of the School of Medicine that the 
degree of Bachelor of Science be conferred. 

Because the general commencement at College Park usually takes place before 
the School of Medicine is prepared to release grades of the first-year class, this 
combined degree of Bachelor of Science is conferred at the commencement follow- 
ing the candidate's second year of residence in the School of Medicine. 

STATE MEDICAL STUDENT QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in Pennsyl- 
vania, New Jersey or New York, should apply to their respective state boards of 
education for medical student qualifying certificates (Pennsylvania and New 
Jersey) or approval of applications for medical student qualifying certificates 
(New York). 

Those students who are accepted must file satisfactory State certificates in the 
office of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exceptions will be made to this requirement. 

Addresses of the State Certifying Offices 

Director of Credentials Section, Pennsylvania Department of Public In- 
struction, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Chief of the Bureau of Credentials, New Jersey Department of Public In- 
struction, Trenton, N. J. 

Supervisor of Qualifying Certificates, The State Education Department, 
Examinations and Inspections Division, Albany, N. Y. 

DEFINITION OF RESIDENCE STATUS OF STUDENTS* 

Students who are minors are considered to be resident students if, at the time 
of their registration, the parents* have been residents of this State for at least 
one year. 

Adult students are considered to be resident students if, at the time of their 
registration, they have been residents of this State for at least one year, provided 
such residence has not been acquired while attending any school or college in 
Maryland. 

The status of the residence of a student is determined at the time of his first 
registration in the university and may not thereafter be changed by him unless, 
in the case of a minor, his parents* move to and become legal residents of this 
state by maintaining such residence for at least one full calendar year. However, 
the right of the student (minor) to change from a non-resident to a resident status 
must be established by him prior to registration for a semester in any academic 
year. 

*The term "parents" includes persons who, by reason of death or other unusual 
circumstances, have been legally constituted the guardians of or stand in loco parentis 
to such minor students. 



48 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

CURRENT FEES 

Matriculation fee (paid once) $10 00 

Tuition fee (each year)— Residents of Maryland 450.00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Non-Residents 600.00 

Laboratory fee (each year) 25 . 00 

Student health service fee (each year) 20.00 

Maintenance and service fee (each year) 10.00 

Graduation fee 15.00 

Re-examination fee (each subject) 5 . 00 

Transcript fee to graduates. First copy gratis, each copy thereafter. . 1.00 

RULES FOR PAYMENT OF FEES 

No fees are returnable. 

Make all checks or money orders payable to the University of Maryland. 

When offering checks or money orders in payment of tuition and other fees, 
students are requested to have them drawn in the exact amount of such fees. 
Personal checks whose face value is in excess of the fees due will be accepted for 
collection only. 

Acceptance. — Payinent of the matriculation fee of $10.00 and a deposit on 
tuition of $50.00 is required of accepted applicants before the expiration date 
specified in the offer of acceptance. This S60 00 deposit is not returnable and 
will be forfeited if the applicant fails to register, or it will be applied to the appli- 
cant's first semester's charges on registration. 

Registration. — All students, after proper certification, are required to register 
at the Office of the Comptroller, Gray Laboratory. (See calendar in front of this 
bulletin for dates for the payments of fees, and the note regarding late registration 
fee.) 

One-half of the tuition fee, the laboratory fee, the student health fee, and the 
maintenance and service fee are payable on the date specified for registration for 
the first semester. 

The remainder of the tuition fee shall be paid on the date designated for the 
payment of fees for the second semester. Fourth year students shall pay the 
graduation fee, in addition, at this time. 

PENALTY FOR NON-PAYMENT OF FEES 

If semester fees are not paid in full on the specified registration dates, a penalty 
of $5.00 will be added. 

If a satisfactory settlement, or an agreement for settlement, is not made with 
the Dean within ten days after a payment is due, the student automatically is 
debarred from attendance on classes and will forfeit the other privileges of the 
School of Medicine. 

REEXAMINATION FEE 

A student who is eligible to reexaminations must pay the comptroller $5.00 for 
each subject in which he is to be examined, and he must present the receipt to the 
faculty member giving the examination before he will be permitted to take the 
examination. 



FEES AND PERSONAL EXPENSES 49 

MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE FEE 

This fee pays for the use of clothing lockers, and provides for the maintenance 
of loan collections and of the student lounge and cafeteria. It also furnishes 
photographs for all departmental requests and for state board applications, pays 
room rent for the third- and fourth-year students when on outside obstetrics and 
furnishes the graduating students with invitations and tickets to the Pre-Com- 
mencement Exercises. 

PERSONAL EXPENSES 

The following estimates of personal expenses for the academic year of eight 
months have been prepared by students, and are based upon actual experience. 
In addition to these the student must bear in mind the expenditure for a micro- 
scope. 

Low Average Liberal 

Books $50 $75 $103 

College incidentals. . 20 20 20 

Board, eight months 224 288 352 

Room rent 144 184 216 

Clothing and laundry 50 80 150 

All other expenses 25 50 75 

Total $513 $697. $913 

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE 

T. Nelson Carey, M.D Director, Student Health Service 

The Medical School has made provision for the systematic care of students ac- 
cording to the following plan: 

1. Preliminary Examination — All new students will be examined during the 
first week of the semester. Notice of the date, time, and place of the examination 
will be announced to the classes and on the bulletin board. The passing of this 
physical examination is necessary before final acceptance of any student. 

2. Medical Allenlion — Students in need of medical attention will be seen by 
the school physician, Dr. T. N. Carey, in his office at the medical school, at 9 A.M. 
daily, except Saturday and Sunday. In case of necessity, students will be seen 
at their homes. 

3. Ilospitalizalion — If it becomes necessary for any student to enter the hospital 
during the school year, the school has arranged for the payment of part or all of 
his hospital expenses, depending on the length of his stay and special expenses 
incurred. This applies only to students admitted through the school physician's 
office. 

4. Physical Defects — Prospective students are advised to have any known 
physical defects corrected before entering school in order to prevent loss of time 
which later correction might incur. 

5. Eye Examination — Each new matriculate is required to undergo an eye 
examination at the hands of an oculist (Doctor of Medicine) within three months 
before entering the School of Medicine. Long study hours bring out unsuspected 
eye defects which cause much loss of time and inefficiency in study if not 
corrected until after school work is under way. 



50 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

6. Limitations — It is not the function of this service to treat chronic conditions 
contracted by students before admission, nor to extend treatment to acute condi- 
tions arising in the period between academic years, unless the school physician 
recommends this service. 

GENERAL RULES 

The right is reserved to make changes in the curriculum, the requirements for 
graduation, the fees and in any of the regulations whenever the university 
authorities deem it expedient. 

ADVANCEMENT AND GRADUATION 

1 . All students are required to take the spring examinations unless excused by 
the Dean. 

2. When a student has failures in two completed major courses, he or she shall 

be dropped from the rolls of the Medical School. 

3. No student will be permitted to pass to a higher class with conditions. 

4. Should a student be required to repeat any year in the course, he must pay 
regular fees. 

5. A student failing in final examinations for graduation at the end of the fourth 
year will be required to repeat the entire course of the fourth year and to take 
examinations in such other branches as may be required, should he again be 
permitted to enter the school as a candidate for graduation. 

6. The general fitness of a candidate for graduation, as well as the results of his 
examinations, will be taken into consideration by the faculty. 

EQUIPMENT 

7. At the beginning of the first year, all students must be prepared to purchase 
microscopes of a satisfactory type equipped with a mechanical stage and a sub- 
stage lamp. 

A standard microscope of either Bausch & Lomb, Leitz, Spencer, or Zeiss make, 
fitted with the following attachments, will fill the requirements: 

Oculars: 10 x and 5 x. 

Triple nose piece with 16 mm., 4 mm., and 1.9 mm. 125 N.A. oil immersion lens. 

Wide aperture stage with quick screw condenser. 

All used microscopes are subject to inspection and approval before their use 
in the laboratory is permitted. The student is cautioned against the purchase of 
such an instrument before its official approval by the school. 

8. Students in the second year class are required to provide stethoscopes. 

9. Third- and fourth-year students are required to provide haemocytometers, 
opthalmoscopes and otoscopes. 

STATE QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

10. Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in 
Pennsylvania, New Jersey or New York must file State certificates in the oflSce of 



GENERAL RULES 51 

the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. No ex- 
ception will be made to this rule. 

EYE EXAMINATION BEFORE ADMISSION 

11. Each new matriculate in each class is required to present to the Committee 
on Admissions a certificate from an oculist, (a graduate in medicine) that the 
matriculate's eyes have been examined and are in condition, with or without 
glasses as the case may be, to endure the strain of close and intensive reading. 

It is required that this examination be completed within three months prior to 
registration and that the certificate be mailed to the Committee on Admissions 
not later than one month before registration. 

AWARDING OF COMBINED DECREES 

12. Students entering the School of Medicine on a three-year requirement basis 
from colleges which usually grant a degree on the successful completion of the first 
year of medicine, are restricted by the following regulations: 

a — The candidate must present a certificate from his college or university that 
he has absolved the quantitative and qualitative premedical requirements 
for this degree. 

b — The candidate must acquire an average of "C" or better for the work of 
his first year in the School of Medicine. 

c — The Dean of the School of Medicine reserves the right to withhold his 
recommendation that a bachelor's degree be conferred at a commencement 
which occurs before the ofiQcial release of first-year medical grades. 

COST OF TRANSCRIPTS 

13. Graduates will receive the first transcript of record without charge. Subse- 
quent copies will cost one dollar each. Requests for transcripts must be filed 
with the Registrar's Office, University of Maryland, Lombard and Greene 
Streets, Baltimore-1, Maryland. 

PRIZES 

THE FACULTY PRIZE 

The faculty will award the gold medal and five certificates of honor to those 
six of the first ten highest ranking candidates for graduation who, during the four 
academic years, have exhibited outstanding qualifications for the practice of 
medicine. 

THE DR. A. BRADLEY GAITHER MEMORIAL PRIZE 

A prize of $25.00 is given each year by Mrs. A. Bradley Gaither as a memorial 
to the late Dr. A. Bradley Gaither, to the student in the senior class doing the best 
work in genito-urinary surgery. 



52 TUE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

All scholarships are assigned for one academic year, unless specifically reawartled 
on consideration of an application. 

Official application forms are obtainable at the Dean's office, where they should 
be filed two months before the ensuing academic year. 

THE DR. SAMUEL LEON FRANK SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was established by Mrs. Bertha Rayner Frank as a memorial 
to the late Dr. Samuel Leon Frank, an alumnus of this university. 

It is awarded by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University each 
year upon nomination by the Faculty Board "to a medical student of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland, who in the judgment of said Council, is of good character 
and in need of pecuniary assistance to continue his medical course." 

This scholarship is awarded to a second, third or fourth year student who has 
successfully completed one year's work in this school. No student may hold 
this scholarship for more than two years. 

THE CHARLES M. HITCHCOCK SCHOLARSHIPS 
(Value $100.00 each) 

Two scholarships were established from a bequest to the School of Medicine 
by the late Charles M. Hitchcock, M.D., an alumnus of the university. 

These scholarships are awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment 
Fund of the University, upon nomination by the Faculty Board, to students 
who have meritoriously completed the work of at least the first year of the course 
in medicine, and who present to the Board satisfactory evidence of a good moral 
character and of inability to continue the course without pecuniary assistance. 

THE RANDOLPH WINSLOW SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Randolph Winslow, M.D., LL.D. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon nomination by the Faculty Board, to a "needy student of the Senior, 
Junior, or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

"He must have maintained an average grade of 85% in all his work up to the 
time of awarding the scholarship." 

"He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Faculty Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance." 

THE DR. LEO KARLINSKY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $125.00) 

This scholarship was established by Mrs. Ray Mintz Karlinsky as a memorial 
to her husband, the late Dr. Leo Karlinsky, an alumnus of the university. 



SCnOLARSniPS 53 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon the nomination of the Faculty Board, to "a needy student of the 
Senior, Junior or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

He must have maintained in all his work up to the time of awarding the scholar- 
ship a satisfactory grade of scholarship. 

He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Faculty Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance. 

THE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP 

A scholarship which entitles the holder to exemption from payment of tuition 
fee for the year, is awarded annually by the Faculty Board to a student of the 
senior class in need of assistance who presents to the Faculty Board satisfactory 
evidence of good character and scholarship. 

THE FREDERICA GEHRMANN SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $200.00) 

(Not open to holders of Warfield and Cohen Scholarships) 
This scholarship was established by the bequest of the late Mrs. Frederica 
Gehrmann and is awarded to a third-year student who at the end of the second 
year has passed the best practical examinations in physiology, p!iarmacology, 
pathology, bacteriology, immunology, serology, surgical anatomy and neuro- 
anatomy. 

THE CLARENCE AND GENEVRA WARFIELD SCHOLARSHII^S 
(Value $300.00 each) 

There are five scholarships established by the regents from the income of the 
fund bequeathed by the will of Dr. Clarence Warfield. 

Terms and Conditions: These scholarships are available to students of any of 
the classes of the course in medicine. Preference is given to students from the 
counties of the state of Maryland which the Faculty Board may from time to 
time determine to be most in need of medical practitioners. 

Any student receiving one of these scholarships must agree, after graduation 
and a year's internship, to undertake the practice of medicine, for a term of two 
years, in the county to which the student is accredited, or in a county selected by 
the Board. In the event that a student is not able to comply with the condition 
requiring him to practice in the county to which he is accredited Ijy the Hoard, 
the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded by the student. 

THE ISRAEL AND CECELIA E. COHEN SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $150.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Eleanor S. Cohen in memory of 
her parents, Israel and Cecelia E. Cohen. Terms and conditions: This scholarship 
will be available to students of any one of the classes of the course in medicine; 
preference is given to students of the counties in the state of Maryland which the 



54 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

Faculty Board may from time to time determine to be most in need of medical 
practitioners. Any student receiving one of these scholarships must, after gradua- 
tion and a year's internship, agree to undertake the practice of medicine for a term 
of two years in the county to which the student is accredited, or in a county se- 
lected by the council. In the event that a student is not able to comply with 
the condition requiring him to practice in the county to which he is accredited by 
the Board, the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded. 

THE DR. HORACE BRUCE HETRICK SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $125.00) 

This scholarship was established by Dr. Horace Bruce Hetrick as a memorial 
to his sons, Bruce Hayward Hetrick and Augustus Christian Hetrick. It is to 
be awarded by the Faculty Board to a student of the senior class. 

THE HENRY ROLANDO SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value approximately $250.00) 

The Henry Rolando Scholarship was established by the Board of Regents of 
the University of Maryland from a bequest to the Board by the late Anne H. 
Rolando for the use of the Faculty of Medicine. 

This scholarship will be awarded each academic year on the recommendation 
of the Faculty Board to a "poor and deserving student." 

THE READ SCHOLARSHIPS 

The sum of S5(X).00 is now available to cover two (2) scholarships in the 
amount of $250.00 each for the scholastic year, beginning in 1945, as a dona- 
lion from the Read Drug and Chemical Company of Baltimore, Maryland. 
Two students are to be selected by the Dean of the School in collaboration 
with the Scholarship and Loan Committee of the Medical School with the pro- 
vision that the students selected shall be worthy, deserving students, residents 
of the State of Maryland. 

LOAN FUNDS 

W. K. KELLOGG FUND 

This loan fund was established in the academic year 1942 with money granted 
by the \V. K. Kellogg Foundation. The interest paid on the loans, together with 
the principal of the fund as repaid, will be used to found a rotating loan fund. 
Loans will be made on the basis of need, character and scholastic attainment. 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE LOAN FUND 

A Faculty of Medicine Loan Fund was established with money derived from 
the bequest of Dr. William R. Sanderson, Class 1882, and the gift of Dr. Albert 
Stein, Class 1907. Loans will be made on the basis of need, character, and 
scholastic ability. 



LOAN FUNDS 55 

THE JAY W. EATON LOAN FUND 

This fund was established by the local chapter of the Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity 
in memory of Jay W. Eaton of the class of 1946. 

Beginning in 1946 an interest-free loan of $100.00 will be made to some worthy 
member of the senior class, on recommendation of the Scholarship Committee of 
the School of Medicine. This loan is to be credited to the tuition fee of the ap- 
pointed student and is to be repaid by the student within four years following his 
graduation. 

THE SENIOR CLASS LOAN FUND 

The senior class of 1945 originated this fund which will accumulate by subscrip- 
tion from among members of each senior class. 

The conditions of the agreement provide that the dean of the School of Medicine 
aw^rd a loan of $100.00 to a needy member of the senior class on the recommenda- 
tion of a self-perpetuating committee of two members of the faculty. 

Loans from this fund are to be credited to the tuition fee of the appointed 
student and are to be repaid within five years from the date of graduation. 

ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 

The curriculum is organized under thirteen departments. 

1. Anatomy (including Histology and Embryology). 

2. Physiology. 

3. Bacteriology and Immunology. 

4. Biological Chemistry. 

5. Pharmacology and Materia Medica. 

6. Pathology. 

7. Medicine (including Medical Specialties). 

8. Surgery (including Surgical Specialties). 

9. Obstetrics. 

10. Gynecology. 

11. Ophthalmology. 

12. Roentgenology. 

13. Anaesthesiology. 

The instruction is given in four academic years of graded work. 

Several courses of study extend through two years or more, but in no case are 
the students of different years thrown together in the same course of teaching. 

The first and second years are devoted largely to the study of the structures, 
functions and chemistry of the normal body. Laboratory work occupies most of 
the student's time during these two years. 

Some introductory instruction in medicine and surgery is given in the second 
year. The third and fourth years are almost entirely clinical. 

A special feature of instruction in the school is the attempt to bring together 
teacher and student in close personal relationship. In many courses of instruc- 
tion the classes are divided into small groups and a large number of instructors 
insures attention to the requirements of each student. 



56 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

In most courses the final examination as the sole test of proficiency has dis- 
appeared and the student's final grade is determined largel}' by partial examina- 
tions, recitations and assigned work carried on throughout the course. 

DEPARTMENT OF GROSS ANATOMY 

Eduard Uhlenhuth Professor of Anatomy 

Frank H. J. Figge Associate Professor of Gross Anatomy 

R. Dale Smith Assistant Professor of Gross Anatomy 

Instructor in Gross Anatomy 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

W. Wallace Walker Assistant Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

William B. Settle Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Harry C. Bowie Instructor in Surgical Anatomy 

Herbert E. Reifschneider Instructor in Surgical Anatomy 

Ross Z. PiERPONT Assistant in Surgical Anatomy 

Gross Anatomy. First Year. First semester. Six lectures and conferences 
and seventeen laboratory hours a week during the first fifteen weeks; eleven lectures 
and conferences and twenty-seven laboratory hours a week during the following 
two weeks. 

This course comprises the dissection of the head, neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis 
and upper extremity; in addition, there is presented an extensive demonstration 
course of specially dissected preparations of the pelvis and perineum, and a separate 
lecture course on the peripheral nervous system. Members of the staff. 

First Year. Second semester. One lecture and four laboratory hours a week 
during February and March, comprising the dissection of the lower extremity. 
Dr. Smith. 

First semester 421 hours 

Second semester 40 hours 

Total 461 hours 

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy. Second Year. The course is designed 
to bridge the gap between abstract anatomy and clinical anatomy as applied to the 
the study and practice of medicine and surgery. Students are required to dissect 
and to demonstrate all points, outlines, and regions on the cadaver. Underlying 
regions are dissected to bring out outHnes and relations of structures. 

Two lectures and two laboratory periods are given each week during the second 
semester. Drs. Brantigan, Walker, Settle, Bowie, H. E. Reifschneider, and 
Pierpont. 

Total hours: 96. 

Advanced Anatomy (elective course). Selected problems in gross anatomy. 
This course is intended to offer to the upper class student an opportunity of extend- 
ing the knowledge secured in the freshman course. Drs. Uhlenhuth and Brantigan 

Total hours: By arrangement. 



ORGANIZATION OF TEE CURRICULUM 57 

In addition to the above course, facilities for special anatomical problems are 
offered to the more advanced student and physician. 

Graduate. Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descriptions 
of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF HISTOLOGY AND EMBRYOLOGY 

Carl L. Davis Professor of Anatomy 

O. G. Harne Associate Professor of Histology 

John F. Lutz Assistant Professor of Histology 

First Year. The course in histolog>' is divided equally between the study of 
the fundamental tissues and that of organs. Throughout the entire course the 
embryology of the part being studied precedes the study of the fully developed 
tissue. Thus embryology becomes a correlated part of the whole subject of micro- 
scopic anatomy and not an independent subject. 

Each student is furnished a set of histological slides, previously prepared in our 
own laboratory, thus insuring a uniform and satisfactory quality of material for 
study and permitting the time of the student to be expended in the study of ma- 
terial rather than in the technic of its preparation. The object of the course is to 
present the evidence of function as shown by the structure of tissues and organs. 
Drs. Davis, Lutz and Harne. 

An optional laboratory course is offered. This supplements the required course 
giving laboratory experience which can not be incorporated in the former. No 
added charge is made for the course. 

Total hours: 150. 

NEURO-ANATOMY 

First Year. Neuro-anatomy embraces a study of the fundamental structure of 
the central nervous system as applied to its function. An abundance of material 
permits of individual dissection of the human brain. A series of appropriately 
stained sections of the human brain stem is furnished each student for the micro- 
scopic study of the internal structure of the nervous system. Drs. Davis, Lutz 
and Harne. 

Total hours: 100. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY 

William R. Amberson Professor of Physiology 

Dietrich Conrad Smith Associate Professor of Physiology 

Robert H. Ostf.r Associate Professor of Physiology 

RuBERT S. Anderson Assistant Professor of Physiology 

Mary E. Chinn Instructor in Physiology 

June Linda Snyder Assistant in Physiology 



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Four lectures, one conference and two laboratory periods a week, 1st semester of 
each academic year. The fundamental concepts of physiology are presented with 
special reference to mammalian problems. 

Total hoLir^: 224. 

Gradiiale Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses ofifered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 

Frank VV. Hachtel Professor of Bacteriology 

James G. McAlpine Associate Professor of Bacteriology 

H. Edmund Levin Associate in Bacteriology 

Henry F. Boettner Instructor in Bacteriology 

The prmciples of general bacteriology are taught by quiz, conference, and 
lecture. 

Instruction in bacteriology is given in the laboratory to students of the second 
year class during the first semester. This includes the methods of preparation 
of culture media, the study of pathogenic bacteria, and the bacteriological exami- 
nation of water and milk. The bacteriological diagnosis of communicable diseases 
is also included. 

The principles of immunology are presented by means of quizzes, conferences 
and lectures to the second year class in the second semester. 

The course includes a consideration of infection and immunity, the nature and 
action of the various antibodies, complement fixation and floccuiation tests, hyper- 
sensitiveness, and the preparation of bacterial vaccines. 

Experiments are carried out by the class in the laboratory. During the latter 
half of the semester the class is divided into sections. 

Total hours: Bacteriology 120. 
Immunology 72. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

H. Boyd Wylie Professor of Biological Chemistry 

Emil G. Schmidt Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry 

Frank N. Ogdem Associate in Biological Chemistry 

Ann Virginia Brown Instructor in Biological Chemistry 

This course is designed to present the principles of biological chemistry and to 
indicate their applications to the clinical aspects of medicine. The phenomena of 
living matter and its chief ingredients, secretions and excretions are discussed in 
lectures and conferences and examined experimentally. Training is given in bio- 
chemical methods of investigation. Total hours: 208. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
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DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY 

John C. Krantz, Jr Professor of Pharmacology 

C. Jelleff Carr Associate Professor of Pharmacology 

Harry K. Iwamoto Assistant Professor of Pharmacology 

Nathaniel M. Beck Instructor in Pharmacology 

Ruth Musser Instructor in Pharmacology 

William G. Harne Demonstrator in Pharmacology 

Frederick K. Bell U. S. Pharmacopoeia Fellow 

Dorothy K. Shipley Fellow in Pharmacology 

Elaine Gaby Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

Mary J. Sauerwald Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

This course is designed to include those phases of pharmacology necessary for 
an intelligent use of drugs in the treatment of disease. The didactic instruction 
includes materia medica, pharmacy, prescription-writing, toxicology, posology, 
pharmacodynamics, and experimental therapeutics. The laboratory exercises 
parallel the course of lectures. 

In addition, optional conference periods and lectures are available for students 
desiring further instruction or advice. 

Total hours: 216. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses ofltered by members of the stafT. 

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

Hugh R. Spencer Professor of Pathology 

Robert B. Wright Associate Professor of Pathology 

C. Gardner Warner Associate Professor of Pathology 

Walter C. Merkel Assistant Professor of Pathology 

Albert E. Goldstein Assistant Professor of Pathology 

Howard J. Maldeis Associate in Pathology 

John A. Wagner Associate in Pathology 

Dexter L. Reimann . . . Associate in Pathology 

Milton S. Sacks Instructor in Pathology 

Conrad B. Acton Instructor in Pathology 

Roland E. Bieren Instructor in Pathology 

Howard B. Mays Instructor in Pathology 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Instructor in Pathology 

D. McClelland Dixon Instructor in Pathology 

Helen A. Horn Instructor in Pathology 

William B. VandeGrift Instructor in Pathology 

Seymour W. Rubin Assistant in Pathology 

Ernest G. Guy Weaver Fellow in Pathology 

Courses of instruction in pathology are given during the second and third years. 
The courses are based on the previous study of normal structure and function and 
aim to outline the history of disease. The relationship between clinical symptoms 
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General Pathology. Second Semester, Second Year. This course includes 
the study of disturbances of the body fluids; disturbances of structure, nutrition 
and metabolism of cells; disturbances of fat, carbohydrate and protein metab- 
olism; disturbances of pigment metabolism; inflammation and tumors. 

Laboratory instruction is based on the study of prepared slides (loan collection) 
and corresponding gross material. 

Applied Pathology, Including Gross Morbid Anatomy and Morbid 
Physiology. Third Year. The laboratory instruction in this course is carried 
out in small teaching museums where prepared specimens and material from au- 
topsies with clinical histories and sections are available for study. For this work 
the class is divided into small groups. Clinical correlation is stressed. 

Autopsies. Third Year. Students in small groups attend autopsies at the 
mcrgues of the University Hospital and the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

Clinical- Pathological Conference. {Fourth Year.) These exercises are 
held in collaboration with the Department of Medicine. Selected cases are dis- 
cussed and autopsy findings are presented. 

Second year 184 hours 

Third year 160 hours 

Fourth year 30 hours 

Total 374 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 

Maurice C. Pikcoffs Professor of Medicine 

Joseph E. Gichner Professor of Clinical Medicine and Physical Therapeutics 

G. Carroll Lockard Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Thomas P. Sprunt Professor of Clinical Medicine 

H. Raymond Peters Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Paul W. Clough Associate Professor of Medicine 

Walter A. Baetjer Associate Professor of Medicine 

William S. Love, Jr Associate Professor of Medicine 

Louis A. M. Krause Associate Professor of Medicine 

T. Nelson Carey .'Vssociate Professor of Medicine 

William H. Smitd •. Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Howard J. Maldeis Associate Professor of Legal Medicine 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

John E. Leoge Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Thomas C. Wolff Assistant Professor of Medicine 

H. M. BuBERT Assistant Professor of Medicine 

J. S. Eastland Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Milton S. Sacks Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Lewis P. Gundry Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Charles R. Goldsboroitge Lecturer in Medicine 

Clark H. Yeager - . . ■ Lecturer in Tropical Medicine 

Wetherbee Fort Associate in Medicine 

Frank J. Geraghty Associate in Medicine 

E. H. ToNOLLA Associate in Medicine 

*Harry V. Langeluttig Associate in Medicine 

Sol Smith ' Associate in Medicine 



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David Tenner Instructor 

R. B. Mitchell, Jr Instructor 

Samuel Legum Instructor 

M. S. Shiling Instructor 

H. Edmund Levin Instructor 

Robert A. Reiter Instructor 

W. Grafton Hersperger Instructor 

Meyer VV. Jacobson Instructor 

Conrad Acton Instnictor 

Hugh G. Whitehead Instructor 

Philip D. P^lynn Instructor 

Edward S. K allins Instructor 

Irving Freeman Instructor 

John A. Myers Instructor 

Kurt Levy Instructor 

William G. IIelfrich Instructor 

Francis G. Dickey Instructor 

C. Edward Leach Instructor 

Lawrence M, Serra instructor 

Marie A. Andersch Instructor 

M. Paul Padget Instructor 

W. H. Triplett Assistant 

Morris Fine Assistant 

William H. Grenzer Assistant 

*George Silverton Assistant 

*Lawrence Katzenstein Assistant 

Leon Ashman , Assistant 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr Assistant 

Nathaniel M. Beck Assistant 

Paul E. Carliner Assistant 

Samuel Snyder Assistant 

S. Edwin Muller , Assistant 

Louis J. Kroll Assistant 

William K. Waller Assistant 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Assistant 

*Nachman Davidson Assistant 

Samuel T. R. Revell Assistant 

Arthur Karfgin Assistant 

Joseph E. Muse, Jr Assistant 

Daniel Wilfson, Jr Assistant 

Joseph B. Gross Assistant 

Samuel J. Hankin Assistant 

Charles W. Knerler Assistant 

^Robert L. Gibbs Assistant 

James R. Karns Assistant 

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William H. Kammer, Jr Assistant 

L. Ann Hellen Assistant 

Leslie Harrell Pierce Assistant 

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Frederick J. Vollmer Assistant in Medicine 

Margaret Virginia Palmer Assistant in Medicine 

John R. Davis Assistant in Medicine 

*J. Emmett Queen Assistant in Medicine 

John Z. Bowers Assistant in Medicine 

RoLLiN C. Hudson Assistant in Medicine 

GENERAL OUTLINE 
Second Year 

Introduction to clinical medicine. 

(a) Introductory physical diagnosis. (1 hour a week, first semester; 2 hours a week, 

second semester.) 

(b) Medical clinics. (1 hour a week, second semester.) 

Third Year 

I. The methods of examination (13 hours a week), (a) History taking, (b) Physical 
diagnosis, (c) Clinical pathology. 
These subjects are taught and practiced in the hospital out-patient department 
and in the clinical laboratory. 
II. The principles of medicine (200 hours). 

(a) Lectures, clinics and demonstrations in general medicine, neurology, pediatrics 
psychiatry and preventive medicine. 
III. The principles of therapeutics (15 hours). Lectures and demonstrations. 

Fourth Year 
The practice of medicine. 
I. Clinical clerkship on the medical wards. (26 hours a week for ten weeks.) 

(a) Responsibility, under supervision, for the history, physical examination, 

laboratory examinations and progress notes of assigned cases. 

(b) Ward classes in general medicine, the medical specialties, and therapeutics. 
II. Clinics in general medicine and the medical specialties. 

(6 hours a week.) 

III. Dispensary work in the medical specialties. 

IV. Clinical pathological conferences (1 hour a week). 

MEDICAL DISPENSARY WORK 

The medical dispensaries of both the Mercy and the University Hospitals are 
utilized for teaching in the third year. Each student spends two hours daily for 
ten weeks in dispensary work. The work is done in groups of four to six students 
under an instructor. Systematic history-taking is especially stressed. Physical 
findings are demonstrated. The student becomes familiar with the commoner 
acute and chronic disease processes. 

PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS 

Second Year. Didactic lectures and practical demonstrations in topographical 
anatomy and normal physical signs. Dr. McLean. 

Third Year. The class is divided into small groups and each section receives 
instruction for two hours daily for ten weeks. This course is given at the 



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Baltimore City Hospitals. The large clinical material there is utilized to give 
each student the opportunity to familiarize himself with the common types of 
bodily structure, with the normal variations in physical signs and with the 
physical signs of the chief pulmonary, circulatory and abdominal diseases. A 
course of lectures (I hour a week) on physical diagnosis supplements the 
practical work in this subject. Drs. WolIT, Reitcr, Ashman, Kroll, Legum and 
Wilfson. 

THERAPEUTICS 

Third Year. General therapeutics and materia medica are taken up and an 
effort is made to familiarize the student with the practical treatment of disease. 
The special therapy of the chief diseases is then reviewed. One hour a week. 
Dr. Lockard. 

Fourth Year. Special consideration is given to the practical application of 
therapeutic principles in bedside teaching and the chief therapeutic methods are 
demonstrated. 

Students attend therapeutic ward rounds once a week throughout their medical 
trimester. 

TROPICAL MEDICINE 

Certain phases of tropical medicine are considered in the course on clinical 
pathology. In addition, Dr. Clark H. Yeager conducts a course of lectures and 
demonstrations to the entire fourth year class. The course occupies one hour 
weekly for twenty weeks. 

TUBERCULOSIS 

During the third year in connection with the instruction in physical diagnosis 
a practical course is given at the Municipal Tuberculosis Hospital. Stress is laid 
upon the recognition of the physical signs of the disease, as well as upon its symp- 
tomatology and gross pathology. 

CARDIOLOGY 

In the third year a series of lectures and clinics correlated with pathological 
studies is given the entire class. 

During the fourth year an elective course in cardiology is ofTered at the Mercy 
Hospital. The course occupies one and one-half hours weekly. Physical diag- 
nosis, electocardiography and the therapeutic management of cardiac cases 
are stressed. 

Elective outpatient work is available also to members of the fourth year class 
in the cardiac clinic of the University Hospital. 

SYPHILIS 

Third Year. During the third year the subject of syphilis is dealt with in the 
lecture course. 

Fourth Year. An elective course in the therapeutic management of syphilis is 
offered in the dispensary. 



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CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 

Milton S. Sacks 

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Head of Department of Clinical Pathology 

Sol Smith Associate in Medicine 

John A. Myers Instructor in Medicine 

Marie A. Andersch Biochemist, University Hospital, Instructor in Medicine 

Hugh G. Whitehead Assistant in Medicine 

S. Edwin Muller Assistant in Medicine 

John A. Wagner Assistant in Medicine 

Dexter L. Reimann Assistant in Medicine 

L. Ann Hellen Assistant in Medicine 

Audrey M. Funk Assistant in Medicine 

During the third year the student is thoroughly drilled in the technic of the 
usual clinical laboratory work, so that he is able to perform all routine examina- 
tions which may be called for during his fourth year, in connection with the work 
in the wards and dispensary. 

The practical work is supplemented by a series of didactic lectures and demon- 
strations in which the entire teaching stafT of the department takes an active part. 
The microscopical and chemical study of blood, exudates and transudates, gastric 
juice, spinal fluid, feces and urine are successively taken up, and special attention 
directed to the clinical significance of the findings. 

Clinical parasitology from the standpoint of the infecting agent and the carrier 
is given careful consideration. 

The entire course is thoroughly practical. Each student provides his own 
microscope and blood counters and is supplied a haemoglobinometer for his ex- 
clusive use. Every two students are equipped with a special laboratory outfit 
for all routine purposes. 

During the fourth year the student applies in the laboratories of the various 
affiliated hospitals what he has learned during the preceding year. He is also 
supplied with a laboratory outfit which is sufficiently com.plete to enable him to 
work independently of the general equipment. Special instructors are available 
during certain hours to give necessary assistance and advice. 

GASTRO-ENTEROLOGY 

Theodore H. Morrison Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Maurice Feldman Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Zach'Ariah Morgan Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Samuel Morrison Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Z. Vance Hooper Associate in Gastro-Enterology 

Albert J. Sftochat Instructor in Gastro-Enterology 

Francis G. Dickey Instructor in Medicine 

John A. Myers Assistant in Gastro-Enterology 

Nathaniel M. Beck Assistant in Gastro-Enterology 

Alfred S. Lederman Assistant in Gastro-Enterology 

Third Year. A series of six lectures is given on the diseases of the digestive 
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Fourth Year. Clinics and demonstrations are given to the class for one hour a 
week; dispensary instruction to small groups throughout the entire session. Prac- 
tical instruction is given in the use of modern methods of study of the diseases of 
the gastro-intestinal tract. 

PSYCHIATRY 

Ross McC. Chapman Professor of Psychiatry 

Ralph P. Truttt. Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

Harry Goldsmith Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

H. W. Newell Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Harry M. Murdock Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

^Leslie B. Hohman Lecturer in Psychiatry 

W1LLLA.M W. Elgin Associate in Psychiatry 

Hans W. Loewald Associate in Psychiatry 

A. Rdssell Anderson Instructor in Psychiatry 

Philip S. Wagner Instructor in Psychiatry 

J. G. N. Gushing Instructor in Psychiatry 

Francis McLaughlin Instructor in Psychiatry 

Samuel Novey Instructor in Psychiatry 

Kathryn L. Schultz Instmctor in Psychiatry 

First Year. The 16 lecture hours will be devoted largely to a discussion of 
factors influencing the formation of character and the deviations in personality 
falling within the range of ''normal." The usual endogenous and environmental 
experiences which provide critical periods during the life of an individual will be 
chronologically presented. Basic psychological concepts and psycho-dynamics 
will be reviewed. The methods of psychiatry with reference to the life history, 
mental status examination, and psychometric testing will be outlined and 
demonstrated. 

Second Year. 14 2-hour lecture demonstrations on psychopathology will intro- 
duce the student to personality deviations considered "abnormal." The mental 
status examination will be demonstrated in detail. The major and minor psy- 
choses will be presented in terms of the psycho-dynamics of symptoms and reaction 
types. The student will be expected, at the conclusion of the year, to be familiar 
with the psychopathology and clinical characteristics of the usual psychiatric 
problems. 

Third Year. The 16 lecture hours will be devoted to further considerations of 
special psychopathology and the principles of psychotherapy. Specialized forms 
of treatment will be reviewed, but the main emphasis will be toward familiarizing 
the student with forms of therapy feasible in routine medical practice. During 
the 36 clinic hours the student will be supervised in history-taking, mental status 
and psychometric examination, and follow-up studies of patients. 

Fourth Year. A series of 10 lecture demonstrations will serve to summarize 
previous instruction and to appraise the student's insight into psychopathology, 
the recognition of clinical syndromes, and their management. Characteristic 
reaction types will be demonstrated and discussed largely as concerns probable 
etiology and possible preventive measures. The relationship of mental illness to 
the major problems of social upheaval, economic, and other sources of insecurity 
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PEDIATRICS 

C. LoRiNG JosLiN Professor of 

Edgar B. Friedenwald Professor of Clinical 

T. Campbell Goodwin Associate Professor of 

Hugh W. Josephs Associate Professor of 

John H. Traband Assistant Professor of 

Albert Jaffe Assistant Professor of 

A. H. Finkelstein Assistant Professor of 

Frederick B. Smith Assistant Professor of 

J. Edmund Bradley Assistant Professor of 

Clewell Howell Associate in 

Samuel S. Click Associate in 

William M. Seabold Associate in 

G. Bowers M ansdorfer Associate in 

M. Paul Byerly Instructor in 

Jerome Fineman Instructor in 

B. Matthew Debuskey Instructor in 

Gibson J. Wells Instructor in 

Arnold F, Lav'enstein Instructor in 

Mary L. Hayleck Instructor in 

W. J. Schmitz Assistant in 

Israel P. Meranski Assistant in 

Lauriston L. Keown Assistant in 

*Earle S. Scott Assistant in 

* William Earl Weeks Assistant in 

^Thomas A. Hedrick Assistant in 

*J. Carlton Wich Assistant in 

^■A. Robert Marks Assistant in 



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Third Year. The course is presented as follows: 

Lectures on infant feeding and the fundamentals of diseases of infants and 
children. (15 hours.) 

Lectures on contagious diseases in conjunction with the Department of 
Hygiene and Preventive Medicine. (14 hours.) 

A special course in physical diagnosis is given at City Hospitals. (20 hours.) 

Clinical conferences demonstrating diseases of the new-bom. (6 hours.) 

Fourth Year. An amphitheatre clinic is given at which patients are shown 
to demonstrate the features of the diseases discussed. (30 hours.) 

Conferences and demonstrations are given in problems concerning diagnosis, 
care, treatment and clinical pathology of the diseases of infants and children. 
(30 hours.) 

Students are assigned subjects for the preparation of theses. 

Chnical clerkships are assigned on the pediatric wards, where experience is 
gained in taking histories, making physical examinations, doing routine laboratory 
work, and foUoving up the patients' progress. This is under the supervision of the 
visiting staff. (140 hours.) 

Instruction is given in the pediatric clinic of the out-patient department of 
the University Hospital. This consists of la hours daily for five weeks — 30 
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case by a member of the stafif; one hour daily to taking histories and making 
physical examinations under supervision of one of the staff instructors. (45 hours.) 
Total hours: 300. 

NEUROLOGY 

Irving J. Spear Professor of Neurology 

Andrew C. Gillis Professor of Neurology 

Leon Freedom Associate Professor of Neurology 

Philip F. Lerner Associate in Neurology 

William L. Fearing Instructor in Neurology 

Edward F. Cotter Assistant in Neurology 

Harry A. Teitelbaum Assistant in Neurology 

John W. Machen Assistant in Neurology 

George C. Medairy Assistant in Neurology 

Second Year. Fifteen one-hour lectures are given to correlate the anatomy 
and physiology of the nervous system with clinical neurology. 

Third Year. Twenty hours of instruction are given to the whole class in neuro- 
pathology supplemented with pathological demonstrations. Sixteen lecture- 
demonstrations are given in which the major types of the diseases of the nervous 
system are discussed. A course is also given at the Baltimore City Hospitals, 
comprising eight periods of two hours each, in which the students in small groups 
carry out complete neurological examinations of selected cases which illustrate 
the chief neurological syndromes. 

Fourth Year. A clinical conference one hour each week is given to the whole 
class at the University and Mercy Hospitals. All patients presented at these 
clinics are carefully examined. Complete written records are made by the stu- 
dents who demonstrate the patients before the class. The patients are usually 
assigned one or two weeks before they are presented, and each student in the class 
must study and present one or more patients during the year. 

Ward Class Instruction. Nine hours of instruction are given to each student 
in small sections at the University and Mercy Hospitals. In these classes the 
students come in close personal contact with the patients in the wards under the 
supervision of the instructor. 

Dispensary Instructiojt. Small sections are instructed in the dispensaries of 
the University and Mercy Hospitals five afternoons each week. In this way 
students are brought into contact with nervous diseases in their early and late 
manifestations. 

HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 

Huntington Williams Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

William H. F. Warthen Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Ross Davies Assistant Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Myron G. Tull Lecturer in Hygiene and Public Health 

Third Year. A one-hour lecture is given to the whole class each Tvlonday during 
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aspects of the communicable diseases including syphilis and tuberculosis. The 
lectures are under the auspices of the Department of Medicine and are given by 
staff members of that department, including physicians representing pediatrics, 
hygiene and public health, and the Baltimore City Health Department. 

Fourth Year. Six one-hour lectures are given to the whole class at the beginning 
of the first semester and are on important public health procedures such as maternal 
and child hygiene, sewage disposal, vital statistics, interstate and international 
quarantine and research in public health. Elective work is also assigned at Syden- 
ham Hospital, the one-hundred bed communicable disease hospital of the City 
Health Department, and at its Western Health District, 617 West Lombard Street, 
where the District Health Officer arranges for home visiting and the student pre- 
pares and presents a Home Survey Report. 

The course deals with the fundamentals of public health and supplements the 
work in the third year. The major emphasis in both years is on the practice of 
preventive medicine and the relation of prevention to diagnosis and treatment, 
and on the civic and social implications of the medical services. 

LEGAL MEDICINE 

Howard J. Maldeis Associate Professor of Legal Medicme 

Chief Medical Examiner, Maryland 

Third Year. This course embraces a summary of some of the following: Pro- 
ceedings in criminal and civil prosecution, medical evidence and testimony, identity 
and its general relations, rape, criminal abortions, signs of death, wounds in their 
medico-legal relations, natural and homicidal death, malpractice, insanity, and 
medico-legal autopsies, including poisoning. 

Total hours: 4. 

DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 

Arthur M. Shipley Professor of Surgery 

Walter D. Wise Professor of Surgery 

Charles Reid Edwards Professor of Surgery 

Elliott H. Hutchins Professor of Surgery 

Charles Bagley, Jr Professor of Neurological Surgery 

Thomas B. Aycock Professor of Clinical Surgery 

F. L. Jennings Professor of Clinical Surgery 

D. J. Pessagno Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Monte Edwards Clinical Professor of Surgery 

Charles A. Reifschneider Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

Richard G. Coblentz Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery 

Edward A. Kitlowski Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery 

Thomas R. Chambers Associate Professor of Surgery 

R. W. Locher Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Edward S.Johnson Associate Professor of Surgery 

N. Clyde Marvel Associate Professor of Surgery 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery 

Cyrus F. Horine Associate Professor of Surgery 

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George H. Yeager Associate Professor of Surgery 

Henry F. Ullrich Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

C. W. Peake Associate Professor of Surgery 

Otto C. Brantigan Associate Professor of Surgery 

James G. Arnold, Jr Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery 

H. F. BoNGARDT Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Harry C. Hull Assistant Professor of Surgery 

I. O. RiDGELY Assistant Professor of Surgery 

James W. Nelson Assistant Professor of Surgery 

I. RiDGEWAY Trimble Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Richard T. Shackelford Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Simon H. Brager Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

W. Wallace Walker Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Raymond F. Helfrich Associate in Surgery 

E, Eugene Covington Associate in Surgery 

Luther E. Little Associate in Surgery 

William B. Settle Associate in Surgery 

Arthur G. Siwinski Associate in Surgery 

William F. Rienhoff, Jr Associate in Surgery 

George Govatos Associate in Surgery 

Joseph V. Jerardi Associate in Surgery 

E. M. Hanrahan Instructor in Surgery 

J. DuER Moores Instructor in Surgery 

Calvin Hyman Instructor in Surgery 

Clyde F. Karns Instructor in Suigery 

Daniel R. Robinson Instructor in Surgery 

Herbert E. Reifschneider Instructor in Surgery 

George H. Brouillet Instructor in Surgery 

Harry C. Bowie Instructor in Surgery 

William L. Garlick Instructor in Surgery 

Stuart G. Coughlan Instructor in Surgery 

Harold H. Burns Instructor in Surgery 

John F. Schaefer Instructor in Surgery 

Robert F. Healy Instructor in Surgery 

Robert C. Sheppard Instructor in Surgery 

William R. Geraghty Assistant io Surgery 

Howard B. McElwain Assistant in Surgery 

A. V. BucHNESS Assistant in Surgery 

T. J. Touhey Assistant in Surgery 

Samuel H. Culver Assistant in Surgery 

Albert R. Wilkerson Assistant in Surgery 

L. T. Chance Assistant in Surgery 

W. Allen Deckert Assistant in Surgery 

Herbert M. Foster Assistant in Surgery 

Robert F. Chenowith Assistant in Surgery 

*Henry L. Rigdon Assistant in Surgery 

,*Henry a. Briele Assistant in Surgery 

*F. Ford Loker Assistant in Surgery 

Patrick C. Phelan, Jr Assistant in Surgery 

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Robert Z. Berry Assistant in Surgery 

Preston R. Cutler Assistant in Surgery 

James VV. Hendrick Assistant in Surger>^ 

John O. Robben Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

Ross Z. PiERPONT Assistant in Surgery 

William C. Dunnigan Assistant in Surgery 

Howard L. Zupnik Assistant in Surgery 

Edwin O. Daue, Jr Assistant in Surgery 

Charles P. Scarborough Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

Instruction is given by means of lectures, laboratory work, recitations, dis- 
pensary work, bedside instruction, ward classes, and clinics. The work begins 
in the second year and continues throughout the third and fourth years. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory, operative surgery labora- 
tory, the dispensaries, wards, laboratories and operating rooms of the University 
and Mercy Hospitals, and in the wards and operating rooms of the Baltunore City 
Hospitals. 

SECOND YEAR 

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy. Secotid semester. The course is 
designed to bridge the gap between anatomy m the abstract and clinical anatomy 
as applied to the study and practice of medicine and surgery. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory, and students are required to 
dissect and to demonstrate all points, outlines, and regions on the cadaver. Under- 
lying regions are dissected to bring out outlines and relations of structures. 

Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week. Drs. Brantigan, Walker, 
Settle, Bowie, H. E. Reifschneider and Pierpont. 

Total hours: 96. 

Principles of Surgery. Second semester. This course includes discussions 
of irritants, infection, repair of tissue, healing of tissue, relationship of bacteriology 
to surgery, modern chemotherapy in surgical diseases, ulcers, wounds, thrombo- 
phlebitis, phlebothrombosis, peripheral vascular diseases, thermal burns, injuries 
due to cold, surgical shock, diseases of the lymphatics, gangrene of the skin and 
extremities, aneurysms, hemorrhage, varicose veins, embolism, sinuses and fistulae, 
tetanus, anthrax and actinomycosis. 

Lectures, two hours a week for one semester, are given to the whole class. Drs. 
Ay cock and Bowie. 

THIRD YEAR 

General and Regional Surgery. Lectures, recitations and clinics on the 
principles of surgery, general surgery including fractures and dislocations are 
given three hours a week to the whole class. Drs. C. R. Edwards and Hull. 

The class is divided into groups and receives instruction in history-taking 
and surgical pathology under the supervision of the chief of the pathologic 
department of the Baltimore City Hospitals. Instruction is also given in surgi- 
cal diagnosis and in general surgery at the bedside and in the classroom at this in- 
stitution by Drs. Aycock, C. A. Reifschneider, Brantigan and Adams. Two hours 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 71 

per week are given in orthopaedic surgery by Dr. Voshell, chief of the orthopaedic 
service of this institution. 

Operative Surgery. Two courses in operative surgery are given under the 
supervision of Dr. Yeager assisted by Drs. Ullrich, Peake, Brager, Mays, Govatos, 
Jerardi, Klams, Robinson, Brouillet, Healy and Deckert. The class is divided into 
sections and each section is given practical and individual work under the super- 
vision of the instructors. 

Surgical Out-patient Department. Under supervision, the student takes 
the history, makes the physical examination, attempts the diagnosis and, as far 
as possible, carries out the treatment of ambulatory surgical patients in the 
University and Mercy Hospitals. Mercy Hospital — Dr. Raymond F. Helfrich 
assisted by the out-patient staff. University Hospital — Drs. Settle and Coughlan 
assisted by the out-patient stafif. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Clinics. A weekly clinic is given at the Mercy and at the University Hospitals 
to one-half the class throughout the year. As far as possible this is a diagnostic 
clinic. Mercy Hospital — Dr. Wise. University Hospital — Dr. Shipley. 

Surgical Pathology. At Mercy Hospital. Specimens from the operating 
room and museum are studied in the gross and microscopically in relation to the 
case history. 14 hours. Dr. Pessagno. 

Surgery of the Chest. At Mercy Hospital. Operations and conferences. 
14 hours. Dr. Rienhoff. 

Traumatic Surgery. This course deals with operative and post-operative 
treatment of accident cases and with instructions as to the relationship between the 
state, the employee, the employer, and the physician's duty to each. One hour 
a week to sections of the class throughout the year. Dr. C. A. Reifschneider. 

Clinical Clerkship. This work includes the personal study of assigned 
hospital patients, under supervision of the staffs of the University and Mercy 
Hospitals, history-taking, and physical examination of patients, laboratory ex- 
aminations, attendance at operations and observation of post-operative treatment. 

Ward Classes. Ward-class instruction in small groups will consist of ward 
rounds, surgical diagnosis, treatment and the after-care of operative cases. Mercy 
Hospital — Drs. Wise, Hutchins, Blake, Pessagno, Bongardt, Nelson, Marvel, 
Maxson, and Jennings. University Hospital — Drs. Shipley, C. Reid Edwards 
and Aycock. 

DERMATOLOGY 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

Francis A. Ellis Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

Lester N. Kolman Instructor in Dermatology 

LuciLE J. Caldwtll Instructor in Dermatology 

Eugene S. Bereston Instructor in Dermatology 

A. Albert Shapiro Instructor in Dermatology 

Israel ZELiGiLVN Instructor in Dermatology 

Mark B. Hollander Instructor in Dermatology 

Benjamin Highstein Instructor in Dermatology 

V. Harwood Link Assistant in Dermatology 



72 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

The third year class receives six lecture-demonstrations on the principles of 
dermatology by Dr. Robinson. 

The senior course consists of demonstrations of the common skin diseases and 
venereal diseases given throughout the j-ear by Dr. Robinson and staff. A weekly 
lecture-demonstration is given to the whole senior class by Dr. Robinson and 
Dr. Ellis. 

Daily demonstrations and conferences are carried on by the out-patient staff in 
the dermatologic clinic involving both skin diseases and venereal diseases. 

Third year 15 hours 

Fourth Year 49 hours 

Total 64 hours 

ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY 

Allen Fiske Voshell Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

CoMPTON RiELY Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Moses Gellman Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Harry L Rogers Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Henry F. Ullrich Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

I. H. Maseritz Tnstructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Milton J. Wilder Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

John V. Hopkins Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery 

*Jason H. Gaskel Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Didactic, clinical, bedside and out-patient instruction is given to the fourth 
year at the University and Mercy Hospitals and Dispensaries, Kernan Hospital 
for Crippled Children at Dickeyville and Baltimore City Hospitals. Instruction 
is also given to the third year in small groups at the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

Weekly lectures throughout the year present all phases of orthopaedic surgery 
except fractures; brief discussions and demonstrations of physical therapy are 
included. 

Fourth year groups are given more intimate instruction biweekly at one of the 
above institutions; fracture cases are included here. 

Third year 60 hours 

Fourth year _90 hours 

Total 150 hours 

RHINOLOGY AND LARYNGOLOGY 

Edward A. Looper Professor of Rhinology and Lar>-ngology 

Waitman F. Zinn Clinical Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Franklin B. Anderson Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

W.. Raymond McKenzie Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Benjamin S. Rich Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Fayne a. Kayser Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Theodore A. Schwartz Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology 



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Frederick T. Kyper Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Samuel L. Fox Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology 

William C. Humphries Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology 

John H. Hirschfeld Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Benjamin H. Isaacs Assistant in Rliinology and Laryngology 

Third Year. Instruction to whole class is given in the common diseases of the 
nose and throat, attention being especially directed to infections of the accessory 
sinuses, the importance of focal infections in the etiology of general diseases and 
modern methods of diagnosis. Lectures illustrated by lantern slides are given 
one hour weekly for seven weeks by Dr. Looper. 

Fourth Year. Dispensary instruction is given for one and one-half hours daily, 
to small sections at the University and the Mercy Hospitals. The student is 
afiforded an opportunity to study, diagnose and treat patients under supervision. 
Ward classes and clinical demonstrations are given in periods of one and one-half 
hours weekly throughout the session in the University and the Mercy Hospitals. 

The Looper Clinic for bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy, recently established 
in the University Hospital, affords unusual opportunities for students to study 
diseases of the larynx, bronchi and esophagus. The clinic is open to students 
daily from 2 to 4 P.M. under direction of Dr. Looper. 

The Mercy Hospital clinic for bronchoscopy and esophago?copy is under the 
direction of Dr. Zinn. In these two clinics the etiology, sympcomatology, diag- 
nosis and treatment of foreign bodies in the air and food passages, as well as 
bronchoscopy, are taught to students as an aid in the diagnosis and treatment of 
diseases of the lungs. 

Third year 9 hours 

Fourth year 53 hours 

Total 62 hours 

GEKITO-URINARY SURGERY 

W. Houston Toulson Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Kenneth D. Legge Professor of Clinical Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Howard B. Mays Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Francis W. Gillis Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgary 

Au.sTiN H. Wood Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Lyle J. MiLLAN Associate in Genito Urinary Surgery 

L. K. Fargo . Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

John F. Hogan Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

W. A. H. Councill Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Hugh Jewett Assistant in Genito Urinary Surgery 

Morris A. Fine Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Third Year. This course is given for seven hours to the whole class. It con- 
sists of lectures and demonstrations, including the use of lantern shdes and motion 
pictures. Dr. Toulson. 

Fourth Year. The course in this year includes explanations and demonstrations 
of urethroscopy, cystoscopy, ureteral catheterization, renal function tests, urog- 



74 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

raphy, urine cultures and the various laboratory procedures. The teaching con- 
sists of clinics and ward rounds to small groups, and attendance by members of 
the senior class upon the out-patients in the dispensary. The student here is 
placed much on his own responsibility in arriving at a diagnosis. Members of 
the staff are in constant attendance for consultations. These dispensary classes 
are conducted at both the Mercy and University Hospitals where practically 
every variety of urogenital disease is seen and used for teaching purposes. 

Third year 8 hours 

Fourth year 64 hours 

Total 72 hours 

PROCTOLOGY 

Charles F. Blake Professor of Proctology 

Monte Edwards Clinical Professor of Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Proctology 

Simon H. Brager Associate in Proctology 

Third Year. Seven lectures are given to the whole class. This course is for 
instruction in the diseases of the colon, sigmoid flexure, rectum and anus, and 
covers the essential features of the anatomy and physiology of the large intestine 
as well as the various diseases to which it is subject. Dr. Adams. 

Fourth Year. Ward and dispensary instruction is given in the University and 
Mercy Hospitals, where different phases of the various diseases are taught by 
direct observation and examination. The use of the proctoscope and sigmoido- 
scope in the examination of the rectum and sigmoid is made famiUar to each stu- 
dent. Mercy Hospital — Drs. Blake and Brager. University Hospital — Dr. 
Adams. 

Third year 7 hours 

Fourth year 16 hours 

Total 23 hours 

OTOLOGY 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Clinical Professor of Otology 

Franklin B. Anderson Associate Professor of Otology 

Benjamin S. Rich Associate in Otology 

William A. Parr Instructor in Otology 

Frederick T. Kyper Instructor in Otology 

Samuel L. Fox Instructor in Otology 

The course in otology is planned to give a practical knowledge of the anatomy 
and physiology of the ear, and its proximity and relationship to the brain and other 
vital structures. The inllaramatory diseases, their etiology, diagnosis, treatment 
and complications are particularly stressed, with emphasis upon their relationship 
to the diseases of children, head-surgery and neurology. 

Third Year. The whole class is given instruction by means of talks, anatomical 
specimens and lantern slides. 



ORGANIZATION OF TEE CURRICULUM IS 

Fourth Year. Small sections of the class receive instruction and make personal 
examinations of patients under the direction of an instructor. The student is 
urged to make a routine examination of the ear in his ward work in general medi- 
cine and surger}'. 

Third year 12 hours 

Fourth year 40 hours 

Total 52 hours 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

Charles Bagley, Jr Professor of Neurological Surgery 

Richard G. Coblentz Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery 

James G. Arnold, Jr Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery 

John A. Wagner Hitchcock Fellow and Instructor in Neurological Surgery 

Louis 0. J. Makganiello Fellow in Neurological Surgery 

Third Year. The course covers instruction in diagnosis and treatment of 
surgical conditions of the brain, spinal cord and the peripheral nerves. Drs. 
Bagley, Coblentz and Arnold. 

Fourth Year. Weekly ward rounds and conferences are given at the University 
Hospital. Drs. Bagley, Coblentz and Arnold. 

Third year 12 hours 

Fourth year 30 hours 

Total 42 hours 

ONCOLOGY 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery 

Beverley C. Cojipton Associate in Gynecology 

John C. Dumler Associate in Gynecology 

E. Eugene Covington Associate in Surgery 

Arthur G. ST•.\^NSKI Associate in Surgery 

J. DuER MooRES Instructor in Surgery 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Instructor in Gynecology 

William K. Diehl Instructor in Gynecology 

Everett S. Diggs Assistant in Gynecology 

John O. Robben National Cancer Institute Fellow 

The purpose of the courses in Oncology is to give students training in the 
diagnosis and treatment of neoplastic diseases not obtained in other departments 
and at the same time to correlate this training with that received in surgery, 
medicine, roentgenology and other specialties. 

Third Year: An out-patient clinic is held twice weekly, which afTords an op- 
portunity for instruction in small groups of students assigned in rotation from 
the general surgical and gynecological sections. The gynecological problems are 
under the supervision of Dr. Hundley and the general surgical conditions are 
under the direction of Dr. Ward. 

In addition to dispensary work, five lectures in general oncology are given 
by Dr. Ward to the entire class at the end of the year. The increasing impor- 



76 THE SCnOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

tance of the cancer problem throughout the State, Nation and civilized world 
is emphasized. An introduction to the history, physics and practical applica- 
tion of radium is given. The diagnosis and treatment, both surgical and ra- 
diological, of neoplasms of the head and neck, oral cavity, skin, breasts and 
hemopoietic system are also covered. 

Fourlh Year: Each ward class meets for one and one-half hours once a week 
for five weeks with Dr. Ward and staff for demonstration and discussion of pa- 
tients with neoplastic diseases. 

Dr. Hundley and staff give instructions in the diagnosis and treatment of 
cancer of the generative organs during the regular gynecological courses in ad- 
dition to the above mentioned dispensary instruction. 

Third year 8 hours 

Fourth year 16 hours 

Total 24 hours 

DENTISTRY 

^Brice M. Dorsey Professor of Oral Surgery 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

'Vernon D. Kaufmai>7 .Associate Professor of Oral Surgery 

'J. Herbert Wilkerson Associate Professor of Oral Surgery 

^Edward C. Dobbs Associate Professor of Pharmacology 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Oral Surgery 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

'Carl E. Bailey Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry 

'Samuel H. Bryant Instructor in Oral Diagnosis 

'Eugene L. Pessagno Instructor in Operative Dentistry 

^ Faculty member, School of Dentistry. 

This section has been reorganized for the teaching of both medical and dental 
students. There has been established a division in the out-patient department, 
and beds will be provided in the University Hospital, for the care of patients who 
will be available for the teaching of students from both schools. 

Senior year: clinics weekly. 

Ward instruction and group teaching are given. This includes diagnosis and 
treatment of diseases of the face, mouth and jaws. 

INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE AND SURGERY 

G. Carroll Lockard Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Charles A. Reifschneider Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

This section is under the combined supervision of the medical and surgical 
departments. It is a cooperative effort by members of the medical school and 
hospital staff to afford means for cHnical and laboratory study of the patient who 



ORGANIZATION OF TEE CURRICULUM 77 

has been subjected to traumatic or medical industrial hazard, so that adequate 
care may be instituted to promote his physical well-being. The facilities of the 
laboratories of the medical school and hospital are available as required. 

Under direction of this department Hmited undergraduate instruction is given, 
especially in the methods of examination and of keeping records and in the general 
medico-legal principles as they affect the industrial employee, the employer, the 
general insurers, the physician and the hospital. There is also instruction on 
methods of making life insurance and other physical examinations, whether for 
employment or for health purposes. The wards of the University, Mercy and 
Baltimore City Hospitals provide for bed-side instruction. 

Total hours: 48. 

FIRST AID INSTRUCTION 

Instmction consists of lectures combined with practical demonstrations and 
actual practice by students for one hour a week for ten weeks during the second 
semester of the Freshman Year. 

PLASTIC SURGERY 

Edward A. Kitlowski Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery 

John O. Robben Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

Clarence P. Scarborough Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

This course is designed to acquaint students with the problems of reconstruc- 
tive and plastic surgery. A subdivision in the dispensary has been established 
and beds for patients will be available for instruction in this course at the Univer- 
sity and Baltimore City Hospitals and Kernan's Hospital for Crippled Children. 

Third Year. Five lectures are given to the whole class. Dispensary instruction 
is provided on Mondays and Fridays. 

Fourth Year. Ward rounds and operative demonstrations are held at the 
hospitals. 

DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS 

Louis H. Douglass Professor of Obstetrics 

J. McFarlan'd Bergland Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

Emil Novak Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

J. 0. M. Reese Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

M. Alexander Novey Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

ISADORE A. Siegel Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

John E. Savage Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

Margaret B. Ballard Associate in Obstetrics 

Dudley P. Bowe Associate in Obstetrics 

Hugh B. McNally Associate in Obstetrics 

D. McClelland Dixon Associate in Obstetrics 

D. Frank KALXREmER Associate in Obstetrics 

Frank K. Morris Instructor in Obstetrics 

Ejenneth B. Boyd Assistant in Obstetrics 

Thomas S. Bowyer Assistant in Obstetrics 



78 THE SCnOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Jaroslav Hulla Assistant in Obstetrics 

Maxwell L. Mazer Assistant in Obstetrics 

Jacob R. Jensen Assistant in Obstetrics 

J. Warren Albrittain Assistant in Obstetrics 

W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

George H. Davis Assistant in Obstetrics 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

J. King B. E. Seegar, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

*Schuyler G. Kohn Assistant in Obstetrics 

John H. Morrison Assistant in Obstetrics 

Oscar Hartman Assistant in Obstetrics 

Melvin D. Kappelman Assistant in Obstetrics 

Jones B. Ballina Assistant in Obstetrics 

William A. Mitchell Assistant in Obstetrics 

T. Edgle Russell Assistant in Obstetrics 

Irvin p. Klemkowski Assistant in Obstetrics 

Third Year. The lectures and recitations consisting of three hours* teaching 
weekly are designed to cover the anatomy of the female generative tract and the 
bony pelvis, the physiology and development of the ovum and the physiology of 
pregnancy and labor. Following this the pathology of pregnancy, labor and the 
puerperium are taken up. Drs. Douglass, Novak, Reese, Siegel and Savage. 

Each student spends time during his junior year at the Baltimore City Hospitals 
observing, assisting and finally delivering patients under strict supervision. Each 
student sees about twenty deliveries there, and does a considerable amount of the 
routine work. 

The junior students are assigned as assistants to the seniors in the home delivery 
service and accompany them on deliveries. 

Each student receives, in small groups, ten hours of instruction in palpation of 
patients and mensuration of the pelvis and demonstrations of the mechanism of 
labor. Drs. Siegel and McNally. 

Fourth Year. At the weekly clinical conference, cases are presented and dis- 
cussed and the student body is encouraged to offer opinions and to ask questions. 
There is no didactic teaching done, and an earnest effort is made to keep it, in 
every sense of the word, a conference. Dr. Douglass. 

The ward classes are held twice weekly for five weeks for each group. Various 
subjects are assigned and discussed, patients and their histories are presented. 
Drs. Reese, Novey, Savage and McNally. 

Manikin instruction is given once a week. Drs. Dixon, Kaltreider and Doeller. 

During the same five-week period, the students are sent into patients' homes 
to conduct deliveries under supervision of a senior member of the house staff and 
with the assistance of a graduate nurse. The student is held responsible for the 
complete conduct of each assigned case. 

Each student spends thirty hours in the prenatal clmic, taking histories and 
examining patients under supervision. 

Finally, the students are invited to attend the monthly meetings of The Com- 
mittee on Maternal Mortahty, where all maternal deaths occurring in Baltimore 
are openly discussed. Hours — Third year — 148; Fourth year — 102; total — 250. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 79 

DEPARTMENT OF GYNECOLOGY 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology 

Thomas K. Galvin Clinical Professor of Gynecology 

Leo Brady Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Edward P. Smith Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

John T. Hibbitts Associate in Gynecology 

Kenneth B. Boyd Associate in Gynecology 

John C. Dumler Associate in Gynecology 

Beverley C. Compton Associate in Gynecology 

Houston Everett Associate in Gynecology 

J. J. Erwin Associate in Gynecology 

Frank K. Morris Associate in Gynecology 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Instructor in Gynecolog>' 

Everett S. Diggs Instructor in Gynecology 

William K. Diehl Instructor in Gynecology 

Thomas S. Bowyer Instructor in Gynecology 

Ernest S. Edlow Instructor in Gynecology 

W. Allen Deckert Instructor in Genecology 

H. L. Granoff Assistant in Gynecology 

Helen I. Maginnis Assistant in Gynecology 

Roland E. Bieren Assistant in Gynecology 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr Assistant in Gynecology 

William A. Dodd " Assistant in Gynecology 

*John S. Haught Assistant in Gynecology 

Harry McB. Beck Assistant in Gynecology 

Charles B. Marek Assistant in Gynecology 

William C. Duffy Assistant in Gynecology 

Joseph C. Sheehan Assistant in Gynecology 

William J. Rysanek Assistant in Gynecology 

Harry F. Kane Assistant in Gynecology 

Robert B. Tunney Assistant in Gynecology 

Third Year. A course of thirty lectures and recitations is given to the whole 
class. In addition, a short course of lecture-demonstrations is given at the Balti- 
more City Hospitals, consisting of eight periods of one hour each, in which small 
groups of students are instructed in the fundamentals of gynecological diagnosis 
and examination. 

Fourth Year. Operative clinics — lectures and demonstrations — are given six 
hours per week, for five weeks, to sections of the class. 

Instruction in female urology is given. A small number of students may at- 
tend the cystoscopic dispensary which is held twice weekly. 

The course in gynecology also includes instruction in the diagnosis and treat- 
ment of cancer of the generative organs. Small groups of students attend the 
oncological dispensary for additional work. 

Third year 38 hours 

Fourth year 74 hours 

Total 112 hours 



80 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Clyde A. Clapp Professor of OphthalmoloRy 

H. K. Fleck Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 

Henry F. Graff Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 

Jonas Friedenwald Lecturer in Ophthalmic Pathology 

Joseph I. Kevclfr Associate in Ophthalmology 

F. Edwin Knowles.. Jr Associate in Ophthalmology 

F. A. HoLDEN Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Milton C. Lang Instructor in Ophthalmology 

A. Kremen Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Jerome Snyder Assistant in Ophthalmology 

Frederick M. Reese Assistant in Ophthalmology 

Third Year. Second semester. Dr. GrafT reviews the anatomy and physiology 
of the eye and discusses the methods used in making the various examinations. 
Errors of refraction and their effect upon the general system are explained. Weekly 
section work, demonstrating the use of the ophthalmoscope, is carried on during 
the entire session. 

Fourth Year. Clinics and demonstrations are given in diseases of the eye, 
weekly, for one year. Dr. Clapp. 

This course consists of lectures upon the diseases of the eye, with particular 
reference to their diagnosis and relation to general medicine. Special lectures 
will be given upon vascular changes in the eye and upon the pathology of the eye. 
Some operations will be demonstrated by motion pictures. 

Weekly ward classes are held at the University, The Baltimore Eye, Ear and 
Throat and Mercy Hospitals during which the eye grounds in the various medical 
and surgical conditions are demonstrated. Also daily demonstrations are given 
in the taking of histories and the diagnosis and treatment of the various conditions 
as seen in the dispensary. Drs. Kemler, Graff and Knowles. 

Third year 20 hours 

Fourth year KM hours 

Total 1^4 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF ROENTGENOLOGY 

Walter L. Kilby Professor of Roentgenology 

Charles N. DAvmsoN Associate Professor of Roentgenology 

Asa D. Young Assistant Professor of Roentgenology 

Stanley H. Macht Assistant Professor of Roentgenology 

Donald J. Barnett Assistant in Roentgenology 

During the academic year small groups of the fourth year class are given weekly 
instruction in the diagnostic and therapeutic uses of the Roentgen rays. An 
effort is made to familiarize the student with the indications for and limitations of 
Roentgen ray examinations. The history, physics and practical application of 
Roentgen rays are alluded to but not stressed. Conferences are held with the 
various departments during the school year which are also open to members of 
the fourth year class. 

Total hours: 25. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 81 

DEPARTMENT OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY 
Frederick C. Dye Associate Professor of Anacsthesiology 

THIRD YEAR 

Lectures are given on the general physiology and pharmacology of anesthesia, 
with consideration of the special physiology and pharmacology of each anaesthetic 
agent. The methods of induction and administration of anaesthesia are discussed. 
The factors influencing the selection of the anaesthetic are emphasized, and the 
preparation and care of the anaesthetized patient are carefully explained. 

These lectures are correlated with practical demonstrations, supplemented by 
lantern slides and motion pictures, at the University Hospital. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Each senior student is required to spend two hours daily for two weeks observing 
and administering anaesthetics in the operating suite. 

Third year 10 hours 

Fourth year 24 hours 

Total 34 hours 

HISTORY OF MEDICINE 
Louis A. M. Krause Associate Professor of Medicine 

Beginning with the spring of 1942 a group of lectures on the history of medicine 
has been presented on selected phases and trends of the development of medical 
knowledge and practice. It is planned to avoid dupHcation of subject matter 
for at least four years. 

These lectures are offered primarily for our students, but a cordial invitation 
is extended to anyone who may wish to attend. 

Announcement of the lectures will be made by mail and on the bulletin 
board of the School of Medicine. 

ART AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE 
Carl Dame Clarke Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine 

This department is maintained for the purpose of supplying pictorial and plastic 
illustrations for visual teaching in the classrooms of the medical school and for 
publication in scientific periodicals. 

Special courses of instruction are given to qualified students. 



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FIRST YEAR SCHEDULE 
FIRST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 5, 1946 TO JANUARY 25, 1947 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


9.00 

to 
12.00 


•Histology and 

Embryology 

11-12 lecture 

BressUr 2 


Orientation 

(Sept. 11-25) 

Adm. 1 


•Histology and 

Embryology 

11-12 lecture 

Bressler 2 


Groas Anatomy 


12.00 
to 
1.00 


Lunch 




1.00 

to 

5.00 


Gross Anatomy 
Lectures A:H. (1-2) Daily and Laboratories Bresskr 1 (2-5) Dafly 





Course ends January 11, 1947. 

SECOND SEMESTER, JANUARY 27 TO JUNE 7, 1947 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 




Laboratory 


Laboratory 


Laboratory 


Laboratory 


Neuro-Anatomy 


Neuro-Anatomy 




— 


— 


— 


— 


Laboratory 


Laboratory 


9.00 














to 










Lecture— 11-12 


Lecture— 11-12 


12.00 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Br. 2 


Br. 2 




Sect. A 


Sect. B 


Sect. A 


Sect. B 


12.00 














to 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 




1.00 














1.00 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 




to 


Adm. 1 


Adm. 1 


Adm. 1 


Adm. J 


Adm. I 




2.00 














2.00 


Neuro- 


Neuro- 


Biol. Chem. 


Gross 


Biol. Chem. 




to 


physiology 


physiology 


Conference 


Anatomy 


Conference 




3.00 


Bressler 2 


Bressler 2 


Adm. 1 


Adm. J 
Feb. 13 


Adm. 1 








Gross 












Anatomy 




to 


(3-4) 




3.00 




Adm. 1 


Psychiatry 
(3-5) 


Apr. 10 


First Aid 
C.E. 




to 




Feb. 11 


C.H. 


Neuro-Anatomy 


January 31 




5.00 




to 

Apr. 1 




Apr. 17 
Laboratory 


to April 4 





Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm. 1 — First Floor, Administration Building, Lombard and Greene Streets. 
A. H. — Anatomical Hall — Upper Hall, N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
C. H.— Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Biological Chemistry Laboratory — Third Floor, 31 South Greene Street. 
Bressler Research Laboratory— 29 S. Greene Street. 
Gross Anatomy'— First Floor, 
Histology and Embryology— Second Floor. 
Neuro-anatomy— Second Floor. 

Mid-Year Examinations— January 20-25, 1947 
Final Examinations— June 2-6, 1947 



SECOND YEAR SCHEDULE 
FIRST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 5, 1946 TO JANUARY 25, 1947 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 
9.30 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Medicine 
Bressler 2 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Psychiatry 


9.30 

to 

10.30 


Physiology 
Conference 
Bressler 2 


Bacteriology 
Adm. 1 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


(9-11) 
Adm. 1 


10.30 

to 
12.30 


tBacterioIogy 
Laboratory 


Neurological 

Diagnosis 

C.H. 




12.30 


Lunch 




1.00 

to 

5.00 


Pbarm. Lect. (1-2) Bressler 2 

Pharmacology Laboratory 

B \ A 

Physiology Laboratory 

A 1 B 




Pharmacology Laboratory 

(1 to 4) 

B 1 A 

Physiology Laboratory 

A 1 B 





t Bacteriology Laboratory — Section work during the last month. 





SECOND SEMESTER, JANUARY 27 TO JUNE 7, 1947 




Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 

to 
9.30 


Surgery 
Bressler 2 


Surgery 
Bressler 2 


Surgical 
Anatomy 
Bressler 2 


Medical Clinic 
Amp. 


Physical 
Diagnosis 

Adm. 1 
7 lectures 




9.30 

to 

10.30 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Laboratory 

Bressler 1 


Pharmacology 
Bresiler 2 




10.30 

to 
11.30 


Pathology 
C.H. 


Pathology 
C.H. 


Pathology 
C.E. 


Pathology 

c.n. 




11.30 






Lunch 








12.00 

to 

2.00. 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Immunology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 




2.00 

to 
3.00 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Adm.l 


II Immunology 
Laboratory 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sect. A 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

Sect. B 

(3.00-5.00) 

U.n.D. 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sect. B 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

Sect. A 

(3.00-5.00) 

u. n. D. 




3.00 
to 

5.00 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Laboratory 

Bressler I 


Optional period 
Pathology 

Immunology 





II Immunology Laboratory — Section work during last two months. 

Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm. 1— First floor, Administration Building, Lombard and Greene Streets. 
C. H.— Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Amp.— Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre, New University Hospital, Greene and Redwood Streets, Eighth Floor. 

U. H. D.- University Hospital Dispensary, Old Hospital Building. 
Laboratories: 

Physiology, Pharmacology, Surgical Anatomy— Bressler Building. 
Bacteriology, Immunology, Pathology, Second Floor. 31 S. Greene Street. 

Mtd-Venr F.rnminntinn^ — Inntmrv 70-7^ 1047 



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THIRD YEAR SCHEDULE 
SEPTEMBER 5, 1946 TO JUNE 7, 1947 



SCHEDULE 1 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 

to 

9.20 


(Whole Class) 
Obstetrics 

C.n. 

tGynecology 

Mar. 31 to 

May 19 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 

C.n. 


(Whole Class) 
Obstetrics 

c^n. 

tGynecology 
Apr. 2 to 
May 21 


(Whole ria«vs) 
Surgery 

C.n. 


(Whole Class) 
Pathology 

C.n. 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 

c.n. 

tAnaesthesiology 
Mar. 22 to 
May 24 


9.20 

to 
10.00 


Transfer to Baltimore City Hospitals 


10.00 

to 
12.00 


Physical Diagnosis, Pathology, Neurology and Pediatrics at B. C. H. 


12.00 
to 
1.00 


Transfer 

and 

Lunch 


Transfer 

and 

Lunch 


Lunch 


Transfer 

and 
Lunch 


Lunch 




1.00 

to 

2 00 


(Whole Class) 

Otology, 

Nose & Throat, 

Urology, 

Proctology, 

Plastic Surgery 

C.n. 


(Whole Class) 

♦Gynecology 

tEye— 10 wks. 

Jan. 28 to 

Apr. 1 

tOncology 

—5 wks. 

Apr. 15 to 

May 13 

c. n. 


Medical 
Clinic 

B. c. n. 


(Whole Class) 

Clinical 

Pathology 

Bressler 2 


Obstetrical 
Clinic 

B. c. n. 




2.00 

to 
4.00 


(Whole Class) 

Pathology Laboratory 

31 


Surgery 
Pediatrics 

B. c n. 


(Whole Class) 

Clinical 

Pathology 

Laboratory 
Bressler 5 


Surgery 



Pediatrics 

B. c. n. 




4.00 

to 
5.00 


(Whole Class) 

♦Physical 

Diagnosis, 

t Psychiatry, 

tLegal Medicine 

C.n. 


(Whole Class) 
Hygiene and 
Public Health 

C.n. 


Orthopaedics 

Roentgenology 

B. c. n. 


Orthopaedics 

B. c. n. 





' First Semester. 



t Second Semester. 



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THIRD YEAR SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 5, 1946 TO JUNE 7, 1947 



SCHEDULE 2 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 

to 

9.20 


(Whole Class) 
Obstetrics 

C.n. 

tGynecology 

Mar. 31 to 

May 19 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 

C.n. 


(Whole Class) 
Obstetrics 

C.n. 

tGynecology 

Apr. 2 to 

May 21 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 

C.n. 


(Whole Class) 
Pathology 

c. n. 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 

C.n. 

Anaesthesiology 

Mar. 22 to 

May 24 


9.20 

to 
10.20 


Pediatrics 
C.E. 


•Medicine 

C.n. 


•Medicine 

C.n. 


•Therapeutics 

C.n. 


•Medicine 

C.n. 


Neurology 

C.n. 


10.30 

to 
12.30 


Operative Surgery— i5 rMs/cf 6 
Medical and Surgical Dispensaries— (Univ. and Mercy Sections) 


12.30 

to 

1.00 


Lunch 




1.00 

to 

2.00 


Same as 
Schedule 1 


Medical 
Clinic 
Amp. 


Same as 
Schedule 1 


Psychiatry 
Dermatology 

U. H. Disp. 




2.00 

to 
4.00 


Ophthalmoscopy 
(5 weeks) 

B. E. n. 

Obstetrics 

(5 weeks) 

Univ. Hosp. Disp. 

Otology (5 wks.) 

Univ. nosp. 

3-C 




4.00 

to 
5.00 




• 




Obstetrics 
Br. 2 

1 





• Pediatrics. May 13-23 

The Junior Class will be divided into two sections— A and B. Each section reports to classes in keeping with the 
following schedule assignment, in which the letters represent the class sections and the numerals indicate the schedules to 
be tollowed for the periods shown. 

Schedule Assignment 

Periods Sections and Schedules 

September 5, 1946 to January 25, 1947 A-1, B-2 

Januaiy 27 to May 24, 1947 B-I, A-2 

Locations of Lecture Halls, etc. 

A. H.— Anatomical Hall, Upper Hall, N E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Amp. — Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre, New University Hospital, Eighth Floor. 

B. C. H. — Baltimore City Hosps., 4940 Eastern .Ave. 

B. E. H.— Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, 1214 Eutaw Place. 
Bressler— Bressler Building, 29 S Greene Street. 

C. H.— Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, N. E Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Univ. Hosp. — New University Hospital, Greene and Redwood Streets. 

U. H. Disp.— Old Hospital Building, S. W. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 

31 — 31 South Greene Street. 

Chnical Pathology Laboratory — Fifth Floor, Bressler Building. 

Pathology Laboratorv— 31 South Greene Street, Special Rooms, Basement. 

Mid- Year Examinations— January 20-25, 1047 

^inal Examinations— 11 ay 26 to June 6, 1947 



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FOURTH YEAR SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 5, 1946 TO JUNE 7, 19^7 
UNIVERSITY SECTION 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


9.00 

to 
11.00 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 
Surgery 
Obstetrics 
•Pediatrics 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 

Surgery 

Gynecology 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 
Surgery 
Obstetrics 
♦Pediatrics 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 

Surgery 

Gynecology 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 
Surgery 
Obstetrics 
•Pediatrics 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 
Surgery 
Gynecology 
•Pediatrics 


11.00 

to 
12.00 


Clinical 

Clerkships 


Ward Work 


Clinical 
Pathological 
Conference 

Amp. 


Surgical 
Clinic 

Amp. 


Medical 
CUnic 

Amp. 


Pediatric 
CUnic 

Amp. 


12.00 

to 

2.00 


Dispensary, 
Lunch 


Dispensary, 
Lunch 


Dispensary, 
Lunch 


Dispensary, 
Lunch 


Dispensary, 
Lunch 


(12-1) 

Orthopaedic 

Clinic 

Amp. 


2.15 

to 
3.15 


Dermatology 

Clinic 

1st time 

Full Class 

Amp. 
thereafter 
University 
Dispensary 


Neurology 
Clinic 

Amp. 


Eye and Ear 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


Obstetrical 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


Hygiene and 
Public Health 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 






Ward Classes 

See special 

schedule 
Medical School 
bulletin board 


Ward Classes 


Ward Classes 


Ward Classes 


Ward Classes 






Medicine 




Therapeutics 


Neurology 


Medical Section 


3.30 

to 
5.00 


Proctology 


Urology 
Amp. 


Nose and 
Throat 


Orthopaedic 
Surgery 
{Kerncn 
Hospital) 


Surgical Stction 




Oncology 

(3.30-4.30) 

Amp. 


Eye and Ear 




Psychiatry 
Amp. 


Special Section 



(•)— Mercy special group, divided attendance at Univ. and Mercy. 
University Sections on Medicine and Gynecology report at 8.30. 

The Senior Class is divided inio two sections, wbicb report, one at Lombard and Greene Streets, the other at Calvert 
and Saratoga Streets for one semester each, then rotate. 

Each section of the class is divided into three groups — Medical, Surgical, and Special. These groups will rotate on 
the following dates: 

First Semester Second Semester 

1st period Sept. 5-Oct. 12 ist period Jan. 27-Mar. 1 

2n(l period Oct. 14-Nov. 20 2nd period Mar. 3-Apr. 5 

3rd peiiod Nov. 21-Jan. 18 3rd period Apr. 7-May 10 

C. H. — Chemical Hall— N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Amp. — \A ilson Memorial Amphitheatre — New University Hospital. 
Room M — Second Hoor, Calvert and Saratoga Streets. 
Univ. Section Dispensary schedule posted in Old Hospital Bldg. 
Mercy Section Dispensary schedule ihown under Mercy Section. 

Mid Year Examinations— January 20-25, 1947 
Final Examinations— May 12-17, 1947 



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FOURTH YEAR SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 5, 1946 TO JUNE 7, 1947 
MERCY SECTION 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 




9.00 

to 

10.00 


Clinical 
Clerkships 


Surgical 
Pathology or 
Chest Surgery 

Room 34 


Clinical 
Pathological 
Conference 

Room 34 


Surgical 
Clinic 

Room 34 


Medical 
Clinic 

Room 34 


Pediatric 
Clinic 

Room 34 






Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 




10.00 
to 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group A 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group B 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group A 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group B 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group A 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group B 


Medical 
Section 


12.00 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Section 


.. 


♦Pediatrics 


Gynecology 
♦Pediatrics 


♦Pediatrics 


Gynecology 
•Pediatrics 


•Pediatrics 


•Pediatrics 


Special 
Section 




Lunch, 
Dispensary 


Lunch, 
Dispensary 


Lunch, 
Dispensary 


Lunch, 
Dispensary 


Lunch, 
Dispensary 


(12-1) 

Orthopaedic 

Clinic 

Room 34 






Neurology 


G.L 


Neurology 


G.L 


Neurology 


Medical A 




Orthopaedic 


Dermatology 


Orthopaedic 


Dermatology 


Orthopaedic 




Medical B 


12.00 

to 
2.00 


G.U. 


G.U. 


Follow up 
Surgical Clinic 


G.U. 


G.U. 




Surgical A 


N. &T. 


Proctology 


N. & T. 


Proctology 


N. & T. 




Suii;ical B 




Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 




Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 




Special A 




Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 




Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 




Special B 


2.15 

to 

3.15 


Dermatology 

Clinic 

1st time 

Full Class 

Amp. 
thereafter 
University 
Dispensary 


Neurolog>' 
Clinic 

Room 34 


Eye and Ear 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


Obstetrical 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hcsp.) 

Amp. 


Hvgiene and 
Public Health 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Avtp. 








See Special 
Schedule 


Medicine 


G.L 


Medicine 


Neurology 




Medical 
Section 


3.30 

to 

5.00 


Orthopaedics 


N. &T. 


Proctology 


Roentgenology 




Surgical 
Section 




Pediatrics 


Public Health 


Pediatrics 

(U.H.) 


Psychiatry 

(U.H.) 




Special 
Section 



• Mercy special group, divided attendence at Univ. and Mercy. 
University Sections on Medicine and Gynecology report at 8.30. 

The Senior Class is divided into two sections, which report, one at Lombard and Greene Streets, the other at Calvert 
and Saratoga Streets for one semester each, then rotate. 

Each section of the class is divided into three groups — Medical, Surgical, and Special. These groups will rotate on 
tlie following dates: 

First Semester Second Semester 

1st period Sept. 5-Oct. 12 1st period Jan. 27-Mar. 1 

2nd period Oct. 14-Nov. 20 2nd period Mar. 3-Apr. 5 

3rd period Nov. 21-Jan. 18 3rd period Apr. 7-May 10 

C.H.— Chemical Hall— N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Amp. — Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre — New University Hospital 
Room 34 — Second floor, Calvert and Saratoga Streets. 
Univ. Section Dispensary schedule posted in Old Hospital Rldg. 

Mercy Section — Dispensary schedule at .Mercy Hospital shown under Mercy Section, hcreivith. 
Mid-Year Examinations — January 20-25, 1947 
Final Examinations— Ms^y 12-17, 1947 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
AND COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



GRADUATES, MARCH 22, 1946 



Amlicke, Jeanne Dorothy, B.S. New Jersey- 
Arnold, Jesse Hoyt, Jr., A.B.. .Maryland 

Audet, Charles Henry, Jr Connecticut 

Audet, Robert Joseph Connecticut 

Bannen, William James, Jr., B.S. 

Pennsylvania 
Bauer, Robert Edward, A.B.. . .Maryland 
Benavent, Walter Jos6, B.S. Puerto Rico 
Bonifant, Alfred Dement, B.S.. .Maryland 
Brosemer, Lowell Russell, B.S. California 

Brown, Eli Matthew, B.S Maryland 

Brown, Robert Ray West Virginia 

Buckner, Louise Paddon, B.S.. .Maryland 

Cano, Harold Vernon, B.S New Jersey 

Carr, William Francis Pennsylvania 

Christopher, Thomas West Massachusetts 

Clyman, Sidney Gary, B.S Maryland 

Codd, Francis Ignatius Maryland 

Cohn, Jerome Elias, A.B Maryland 

Connor, Thomas Byrre, A.B Maryland 

Cross, Richard Joseph, Jr., B.S.. Maryland 

Crouch, Walter Lee North Carolina 

D' Antonio, Joseph Maryland 

Diaz-Carazo, Jose, B.S.. .. .Puerto Rico 

Driggs, Guy Kenneth Arizona 

Earepkson, Vincent Offley, Jr., B.S. 

Maryland 
Earnhardt, Herman Lee, Jr., A.B. 

North Carolina 

Eavey, James Lee, B.S Maryland 

Fischer, Joseph Samuel, A.B.. . .Maryland 

Frye, Paul Eugene Maryland 

Gaby, Samuel David, A.B Maryland 

Gamble, John Reeves, Jr., A.B. 

North Carolina 

Gentry, William Daniel, Jr Maryland 

Gerlach, James Johnson, A.B Maryland 

Goetz, Abraham Aaron, A.B.. . .New York 

Gray, Harry William, B.S Maryland 

Greenfield, Duane Leonard, A.B. .Maryland 

Hansen, Leland Jay Utah 

Hardin, Henry Carter, Jr., A.B.. .Florida 

Harley, John Barker, B.S Maryland 

Hawkins, Charles William .... Tennessee 
Hefner, Charles Arthur .... West Virginia 
Hendrickson, Edwin Okey, HI. . Maryland 

Hill, Harry Edward, B.S Maryland 

Hunter, J. Poulson, B.S Utah 

Hyman, Nathan Bernard Maryland 

Jennings, Erwin Reeves, A.B Georgia 

Kiel, August, Jr Maryland 

Knapp, Harry Grove Robert 

North Dakota 

Knox, Lawrence Joseph, B.S Maryland 

Latimer, John Howard Utah 

Levickas, Herbert Joseph, B.S. . .Maryland 
Macht, Allan Harris, B.S Maryland 



Maholick, Leonard Thomas, B.S. 

District of Columbia 
Markley, Raymond Law, Jr., A.B. 

Pennsylvania 
Marshall, Charles Benton, Jr. 

West Virginia 

Massenburg, George Yellott Georgia 

Matthews, Otto Stevens. .North Carolina 

May, Robert Eugene, A.B Maryland 

McElfatrick, George Charles. .Delaware 
McPherson, Thomas Cotesworth. .Georgia 
McWilliams, Clarence Emanuel, Jr., A.B. 

Maryland 
Mintzer, Joseph Herman, B.S. . .New York 

Mitchell, John Armitage Maryland 

Morrison, John Edward Maryland 

Nataro, Jerome Paul, B.S New Jersey 

Nichols, Pomerov, Jr. . . North Carolina 
North, Ellsworth 'Howard, Jr., B.S. 

Maryland 

O'Hare, James Stewart, B.S Maryland 

Orrison, William Werner, A.B. . .Maryland 

Osborne, Horace Henry Georgia 

Owen, Arthur John Maryland 

Park, William Favre Maryland 

Paul, Earl Rupert Maryland 

Peck, Clemmer Marcus, B.S. . West Virginia 

Piatt, Lois Irene, A.B Maryland 

Rawlins, John Calvin, B.S Delaware 

Reisch, Milton, B.S Maryland 

Reiter, Ralph Alan Maryland 

Riley, Robert Annan, Jr Ohio 

Roberts, James Alwin, B.S Maryland 

Rossberg, Robert Crittenden, B.S. 

Maryland 

Sacks, Sidney, B.S Maryland 

Sewell, James Anderson Florida 

Shallenberger, Frank Anthony, Jr., B.S. 

Maryland 

Sills, David Nicholson, Jr Delaware 

Smith, Edward Milton, Jr., B.S.. Maryland 

Smith, Edward Patrick, Jr Maryland 

Stallard, Clinton Wolfe, Jr. .West Virginia 
Swindell, Herbert Van Arden, B.S. 

Maryland 

Toby, Leon, A.B Maryland 

Vaughn, James Anderson, Jr., A.B. . Florida 

Weitzman, Elliott Lionel Maryland 

Wentz, Irl Jesse, A.B Pennsylvania 

Wolfe, Walter Mcllhaney, Jr. . . . Maryland 
Workman, Joseph Berkeley, A.B. 

Maryland 
Young, Alexander William, Jr., B.S. 

West Virginia 
Young, Richard Atlee, A.B Maryland 



HONORS 89 

HONORS 

University Prize Gold Medal 
Milton Reisch 

Certificates of Honor 

Leon Toby Joseph Herman Mintzer 

Jerome Elias Cohn Samuel David Gaby 

Sidney Gary Clyman 

INTERNSHIPS— GRADUATES OF MARCH 22, 1946 

April 1, 1946-June 30, 1947 

Amlicke, Jeanne Dorothy St. Mary's Hospital, Watcrbury, Conn. 

Arnold, Jesse Hoyt, Jr Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Audet, Charles Henry, Jr St. Mary's Hospital, VVaterbury, Conn. 

Audet, Robert Joseph St. Mary's Hospital, Waterbury, Conn. 

>/^<*'C(t.^Banne^VilIiam James, Jr.. . .University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Bauer, Robert Edward University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Benavent, Walter Jose St. Agnes' Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Bonifant, Alfred Dement. .Central Dispensary & Emergency Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Brosemer, Lowell Russell St. Luke's Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 

Brown, EH Matthew Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Brown, Robert Ray Charleston General Hospital, Charleston, West Virginia 

Buckner, Louise Paddon Garfield Memorial Hospital Washington, D. C. 

Cano, Harold Vernon South Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Carr, William Francis Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md 

Christopher, Thomas West Boston City Hospital, Boston, Mass. 

Clyman, Sidney Gary Morrisania City Hospital, "New York, N. Y. 

Codd, Francis Ignatius United States Naval Hosi)ital, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cohn, Jerome Elias Highland-Alameda County Hospital, Oakland, Calif. 

Connor, Thomas Byrne Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Crouch, Walter Lee University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Cross, Richard Joseph, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

D'Antonio, Joseph Church Home and Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Diaz-Carazo, Jos6 St. Joseph's Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Driggs, Guy Kenneth University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Eareckson, Vincent OfTley, Jr South Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Earnhardt, Herman L.. . .Medical College of Virginia, Hospital Division, Richmond, Va. 

Eavey, James Lee University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Fischer, Joseph Samuel University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Frye, Paul Eugene Baroness Erlanger Hospital, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Gaby, Samuel David Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md' 

Gamble, John Reeves, Jr Charlotte Memorial Hospital, Charlotte, N. C. 

Gentry, William Daniel, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Gerlach, James Johnson Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Goetz, Abraham Aaron Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Gray, Harry William Providence Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Greenfield, Duane Leonard Cook County Hospital. Chicago, 111. 



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Hansen, Leland Jay California Hospital, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Hardin, Henry Carter Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Harley, John Barker University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Hawkins, Charles William University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Hefner, Charles Arthur YoungstowTi Hospital Association, Youngstown, Ohio 

Hendrickson, Edwin Okey, HI Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Hill, Harry Edward University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Hunter, John Poulson University Hospitals, Iowa City, Iowa 

Hyman, Nathan Bernard Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Jennings, Envin Reeves University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Kiel, August, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Knapp, Harry Grove Robert Colorado General Hospital, Denver, Colorado 

Knox, Lawrence Joseph Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Latimer, John Howard St. Luke's Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 

Levickas, Herbert Joseph St. Agnes' Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Macht, Allan Harris Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Maholick, Leonard Thomas Emory University Hospital, Emory University, Ga. 

Markley, Raymond Law, Jr Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Marshall, Charles B., Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Massenburg, George Yellott University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Matthews, Otto Stevens. . .Medical College of Virginia, Hospital Division, Richmond, Va. 

May, Robert Eugene Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

McElfatrick, George Charles Church Home and Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

McPherson, Thomas Cotesworth Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

McWilliams, Clarence E., Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Mintzer, Joseph Herman .... Queens General Hospital, Jamaica, Long Island, N. Y. 

Mitchell, John Armitage Mar>'land General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Morrison, John Edward University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Nataro, Jerome Paul St. Michael's Hospital, Newark, N. J. 

Nichols, Pomeroy, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md, 

North, Ellsworth Howard, Jr Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

O'Hare, James Stewart Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Orrison, William Werner. . Central Dispensary & Emergency Hospital, Washington, D. C. 
Osborne, Horace Henry . . San Bernardino County Charity Hospital, San Bernardino, Calif. 

Owen, Arthur John St. Joseph's Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Park, William Favre United States Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, 111. 

Paul, Earl Rupert Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Peck, Clemmer Marcus York Hospital, York, Penna. 

Piatt, Lois Irene Garfield Memorial Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Rawlins, John Calvin . . . Central Dispensary & Emergency Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Reisch, Milton University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Reiter, Ralph Alan United States Naval Hospital, Long Beach, Calif. 

Riley, Robert Annan, Jr Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Roberts, James Alwin Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Rossberg, Robert Crittenden University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Sacks, Sidney Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sewell, James Anderson Baroness Erianger Hospital, Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Shallenberger, Frank A., Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Sills, David Nicholson, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Smith, Edward Milton, Jr St. Agnes' Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 



INTERNSHIPS 91 

Smith, Edward Patrick, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Stallard, Clinton Wolfe, Jr. 

Collis P. and Howard Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena, Calif. 

Swindell, Herbert VanArden South Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Toby, Leon West Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Vaughn, James Anderson, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Weitzman, Elliott Lionel Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Wentz, Irl Jesse Newark City Hospital, Newark, N. J. 

Wolfe, Walter Mcllhaney Hospital for Women of Maryland, Baltimore, Md. 

Workman, Joseph Berkeley University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Young, Alexander William, Jr Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Young, Richard Atlee St. Joseph's Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 



92 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

MATRICULATES 

SENIOR CLASS, JULY 19, 1945 TO MARCH 22, 1946 

Amlicke, Jeanne Dorothy, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 New Jersey 

Arnold, Jesse Hoyt, ]r.,A.B., University of North Dakota, 1942 Maryland 

AuDET, Charles Henry, Jr., University of Maryland Connecticut 

AuDET, Robert Joseph, University of Maryland Connecticut 

Bannen, William James, Jr., B.S., Bethany College, 1943 Pennsylvania 

Bauer, Robert Edward, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Maryland 

Benavent, Walter Jose, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Puerto Rico 

BoNiFANT, Alfred Dement, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Maryland 

Brosemer, Lowell Russell, B.S., University of California, 1942 California 

Brown, Eli Matthew, B.S., University of Marylatid, 1944 Maryland 

Brown, Robert Ray, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Buckner, Louise Paddon, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Maryland 

Cano, Harold Vernon, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 New Jersey 

Carr, William Francis, Mt. St. Mary's College Pennsylvania 

Christopher, Thomas West, Brown University Massachusetts 

Cly&l^n, Sidney Gary, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

CoDD, Francis Ignatius, University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

Cohn, Jerome Elias, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Maryland 

Connor, Thomas Byrne, A.B., Loyola College, 1943 Maryland 

Cross, Richard Joseph, Jr., B.S., Mt. St. Mary's College, 1943 Maryland 

Crouch, Walter Lee, University of North Carolina; University of North Carolina 

School of Medicine, March 1 943 -September 1944 North Carolina 

D' Antonio, Joseph, Maryville College Maryland 

Diaz-Carazo, Jose, B.S., Mt. St. Mary's College, 1942 Puerto Rico 

Driggs, Guy Kenneth, University of Arizona Arizona 

Eareckson, Vincent Offley, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

Earnhardt, Herman Lee, Jr., A.B., Duke University, 1943; University of North 

Carolina School of Medicine, March 1943 -September 1944 North Carolina 

Eavey, James Lee, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1943 Maryland 

Fischer, Joseph Samuel, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Maryland 

^Fisher, George William, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1943 Maryland 

Frye, Paul Eugene, University of Maryland Maryland 

Gaby, Samuel David, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Maryland 

Gamble, John Reeves, Jr., A.B., Emory University, 1943 North Carolina 

Gentry, William Daniel, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Gerlach, James Johnson, A.B., Colorado College, 1943 Maryland 

GoETZ, Abraham Aaron, A .B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1944 New York 

Gray, Harry William, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

Greenfield, Duane Leonard, A.B., Sioux Falls College, 1939; M.A., Columbia 

University, 1940 Maryland 

Hansen, Leland Jay, Utah State Agricultural College Utah 

Hardin, Henry Carter, Jr., A .B., Emory University, 1943 Florida 

Harley, John Barker, B.S., Dickinson College, 1943 Maryland 

Hawkins, Charles William, University of Chattanooga Tennessee 

Hefner, Charles Arthur, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Hendrickson, Edwin Okey, HI, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Hill, Harry Edward, B.S., University of Maryland, 1942 Maryland 

Hunter, J. Poulson, B.S., University of Utah, 1943 Utah 

Hyman, Nathan Bernard, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Jennings, Erwin Reeves, A .B., Emory University, 1943 Georgia 

Kiel, August, Jr. University of Maryland Maryland 

Knapp, Harry Grove Robert, Colorado College North Dakota 

Knox, Lawrence Joseph, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

Latimer, John Howard, University of Utah Utah 

Levickas, Herbert Joseph, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

Macht, Allan Harris, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

Maholick, Leonard I^iomas, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944. . .District of Columbia 
Markley, Raymond Law, Jr., A.B., Gettysburg College, 1943 Pennsylvania 

^ Did not complete the year. 



MATRICULATES 93 

Marshall, Charles Benton, Jr., OJdo University West Virginia 

Massenburg, George Yellott, Diike University Georgia 

Matthews, Otto Stevens, University of North Carolina; Uuiversity of North 

Carolina School of Medicine, March 1943-Seplember 1944 North Carolina 

May, Robert Eugene, A .B., Loyola College, 1942 Maryland 

McElfatrick, George Charles, Dartmouth College Delaware 

McPherson, Thomas Cotes worth, Emory University Georgia 

McVViLLiAMS, Clarence Emanuel, Jr., A .B., Western Maryland College, 1943. . Maryland 

MiNTZER, Joseph Herman, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 New York 

Mitchell, John Armitage, Gettysburg College Maryland 

Morrison, John Edward, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Nataro, Jerome Paul, B.S., Seton Hall College, 1942 New Jersey 

Nichols, Pomeroy, Jr., Emory University North Carolina 

North, Ellsworth Howard, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

O'Hare, James Stewart, B.S., Loyola College, 1943 Maryland 

Orrison, William Werner, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1943 Maryland 

Osborne, Horace Henry, University of Georgia Georgia 

'Owen, Arthur John, A.B., Loyola College, 1942 Maryland 

Park, William Favre, University of Maryland Mar> land 

Paul, Earl Rupert, University of Virginia Maryland 

Peck, Clemmer Marcus, B.S., Hampden-Sydney College, 1942 West Virginia 

Platt, Lois Irene, A .B., Gaucher College, 1931 Maryland 

Rawlins, John Calvin, B.S., Western Maryland College, 1943 Delaware 

Reisch, Milton, B.S., University of Maryland, 194-1^ Maryland 

Reiter, Ralph Alan, Bridgewafer College Maryland 

Riley, Robert Annan, Jr., Emory University Ohio 

Roberts, James Alwin, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

RossBERG, Robert Crittenden, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

Sacks, Sidney, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

Sewell, James Anderson, Emory University Florida 

Shallenberger, Frank Anthony, Jr., Loyola College Maryland 

Sills, David Nicholson, Jr., University of Maryland Delaware 

Smith, Edward Milton, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

Smith, Edward Patrick, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Stallard, Clinton Wolfe, Jr., West Virginia Institute of Technology West Virginia 

Swindell, Herbert Van Arden, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

Toby, Leon, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Maryland 

Vaughn, James Anderson, Jr., A .B., Emory University, 1943 Florida 

Weitzman, Elliott Lionel, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Wentz, Irl Jesse, A.B., Western Maryla}id College, 1942 Pennsylvania 

Wolfe, Walter McIlhaney, Jr., Virginia Military Institute Maryland 

Workman, Joseph Berkeley, A.B.. Western Maryland College, 1943 Maryland 

Young, Alexander William, Jr., B.S., University of Marylatid, 1944. . . .West Virginia 
Young, Richard Atlee, A.B., Gettysburg College, 1943 Maryland 

JUNIOR CLASS, JULY 19, 1945 TO MARCH 22, 1946 

Abell, Harry Davis, The Johns Hopkins University Kentucky 

Allen, Gl.\dys Martha, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Maryland 

Anthony, James Elmer, Jr., B.S., Washington College, 1944 Maryland 

Beatty, John Orville, University of Nevada Nevada 

Benson, John Fisher, University of Maryland Maryland 

Berggreen, Raymond George, A.B., Carlton College, 1943 Minnesota 

^Berry, Richard Waitman, A.B., West Virginia University, 1943; West Virginia 

University School of Medicine, January 1944- June 1945 West Virginia 

Bindeman, William Wylie, B.S., Wheaton College, 1944 North Carolina 

Blair, James Seaborn, Jr., University of North Carolina; University of North 

Carolina School of Medicine, December 1943- June 1945 North Carolina 

Blevins, Joseph Wendell, B.S., Geneva College, 1943 Pennsylvania 

^ Did not complete the year. 

* Entered second semester November 12, 1945. 



94 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Bunch, Littleton Jay, University of North Carolina; University of North Carolina 

School of Medicine, December 1 943- June 1945 North Carolina 

BuNN, David Glenn, University of North Carolina; University of North Carolina 

School of Medicine, December 1943-Jtine 1945 North Carolina 

Carouge, Gilbert Morris, University of Maryland Maryland 

Chase, Henry Vincent, Ph.B., Loyola College, 1943 Maryland 

Coffey, Michael Joseph, University of Notre Dayne New Jersey 

Cohen, Bernard Stanley, University of Maryland Maryland 

Cohen, Irvin, A3., The Johns Hopkins University, 1944 Maryland 

Cooper, Harry Douglas, B.S., Washington College, 1941 Maryland 

Cooper, William Benjamin, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

CoRziNE, William Jenkins, Jr., The Citadel North Carolina 

CouxTAS, Elizabeth Louise, A.B., Gaucher College, 1944 New Jersey 

Cushner, Irvin Morris, University of Maryla)id Maryland 

Dentry, Elizabeth Anne Gordon, A.B., Notre Dame College, 1943 Maryland 

Dorman, Parker Sturgis, A.B., Amherst College, 1943 District of Columbia 

DuvALL, Robert Caywood, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Eppes, Williford, University of Maryland Maryland 

Evans, John Ebenezer, Jr., B.S., Davidson College, 1943 North Carolina 

Faraino, Frank Anthony, B.S., Loyola College, 1943 Maryland 

Fink, Joel Charles, University of Alabama; Medical College of Alabama, December 

1943-May 1945 Alabama 

Fisher, Donald Ernst, University of Maryland Maryland 

Fitzgerald, Robert Greeson, Jr.. University of North Carolina; University of 

North Carolina School of Medicine, December 1943-June 1945 North Carolina 

FoRRER, Gordon Randolph, University of Maryland Maryland 

Friedman, Asher Authur, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Virginia 

Gakenheimer, William Alfred, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Gardner, Robert Kline, University of Maryland IMaryland 

Geddes, David Kofoid, University of California California 

Gerlach, Jane Knowles, A.B., Colorado College, 1943 Maryland 

Gillson, Edward Michael, A.B., St. Peter's College, 1943 New Jersey 

Gold, Benjamin Miller, University of North Carolina; University of North Carolina 

School of Medicine, December 1943-June 1945 North Carolina 

Grau, Edward Gordon, B.S., Loyola College, 1943 Maryland 

Grossman, Louis Ward, Westminster College Pennsylvania 

Haase, Frederick Robert, University of Maryland Maryland 

Hahn, Robert Roland, University of Maryland Maryland 

Hall, Howard Essex, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Hearne, Calvin Beck, College of Wooster Ohio 

Hightower, John Allen, Emory University, University of North Carolina School 

of Medicine, December 1943-June 1945 Florida 

HoGAN, John Francis, Jr., Loyola College Maryland 

Hooks, Richard Eugene, University of North Carolina; University of North Carolina 

School of Medicine, December 1943-June 1945 North Carolina 

Houghton, James Francis, Dartmouth College New Jersey 

Hunter, Robert Carl, University of Maryland Maryland 

Imbrie, David Ell wood, A.B., Washington and Jeferson College Pennsylvania 

Jernigan, Lane McDermott, University of Maryland Maryland 

JuDD, Allyn Francis, A.B., Tufts College, 1944 Massachusetts 

Leung, Bernard, University of Maryland New York 

Levin, Norman, University of Maryland Maryland 

LiPiRA, Joseph Francis, University of Maryland Maryland 

Machata, Francis Karl, Ph.B., Loyola College, 1943 New York 

Manning, Peter Paul, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Mansberger, Arlie Roland, Jr., Western Maryland College. . West Virginia 

Mattern, Carl Frederick Theodore, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Mitchell, Wallace Herttell, B.S., University of Florida, 1943 Florida 

Morrow, John Gordon, Jr., Emory University Georgia 

Nachlas, Nathan Edward, University of Maryland Maryland 

Pertz, Elden Hobart, West Virginia Wesleyan College West Virginia 

Phillips, David Lee, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Maryland 

PiGGOTT, John Burr, Jr., B.S., Virginia Military Institute, 1943. .District of Columbia 



I 



MATRICULATES 95 

Post, William Re yman, Universiiy of Mississippi Mississippi 

Powell, Jack Hanson, Jr., A.B., Emory University, 1943 Georgia 

Rascii, George Chesley, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

RiBET, James Ernest, University of North Carolina; University of North Carolina 

School of Medicine, December 1943-Jime 1945 North Carolina 

Rogers, Joseph Megeath, University of Maryland Virginia 

Rosser, John Hays, B.S., Wheaton College, 1943 Maryland 

Sachs, Sidney Herman, University of Maryland Maryland 

Salvati, Eugene Philip, A.B., West Virginia University, 1944; West Virginia 

University School of Medicine, January 1944-June 1945 West Virginia 

Schapiro, Joseph Solomon, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Schnitzker, William Frederic, Transylvania College Maryland 

Scott, Harry Baty, Ufiiversity of Virginia Virginia 

Senning, Frederick Stephen, University of Maryland Maryland 

Shaw, John Hill, B.S., Hampden-Sydjtey College, 1943 Virginia 

Shear, Joseph, University of Maryland Maryland 

Shulman, Melvin, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Silber, Earle, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Smith, John Richard, Jr., B.S., Washington College, 1943 Maryland 

Spino, Pascal Daniel, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

Stenstrom, William Harold, B.S., College of Pnget Sound, 1943 Washington 

SussMAN, Harold, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Maryland 

SwiNK, Robert Landrum, Emory University Florida 

Trench, James McKechan, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

Valderas, Jose Gervasio, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Venable, Sidney Johnson, Jr., B.S., Hampden-Sydney College, 1943 Maryland 

Waltz, Robert Claude, B.S., Washington & Jefferson College, 1943 Ohio 

White, John Phillips, III, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Williams, James Delbert, Texas Technological College California 

Williams, Johnny Elbert, Texas Technological College California 

WiNOKUR, George, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

^ Young, John Paul, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

SOPHOMORE CLASS, JULY 19, 1945 TO MARCH 22, 1946 

Alecce, Angelo Andrew, B.S., Loyola College, 1945 Maryland 

Allison, George Malcolm, Marquette University Illinois 

Aponte, Joseph Louis, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

AuLD, David, Sivarthmore College Maryland 

Baker, Frank William, Jr., University of Chicago Maryland 

^Beckett, Robert Lea, University of Maryland Maryland 

Beyer, David Henry, Cornell University Minnesota 

BiSANAR, James Milton, Davidson College North Carolina 

Bond, Donald Buckey, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1938 Mar\-land 

Bronstein, Eugene Leonard, Emory University New York 

'Brown, John Ronald, University of New Hampshire Utah 

Buchness, John Michael, A.B., Loyola College, 1944 Maryland 

Bullock, John Boyd, University of Richmond Virginia 

BuLLUCK, Matt Heyer, Guilford College North Carolina 

Chaimovitz, Robert, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

Chelton, Alice Katherine Graybill, University of Chicago West Virginia 

CoNDRON, James Frank, Muhlenberg College Pennsylvania 

Crecraft, Harold James, A.B., Taylor University, 1944 Pennsylvania 

D ALTON, J.\MES Breckenridge, Jr., University of Richmond Virginia 

Dempsey, Raymond Joseph, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1944 Illinois 

^DoDDS, Robert Arthur, Franklin and Marshall College Pennsylvania 

^Dunn, Charles Gilbert, Ph.B., Loyola College, 1944 Maryland 

DwYER, Frank Pihlip, Jr., Mt. St. Mary's College Pennsylvania 

Ensor, Robert Ell wood, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Fravel, Charles Richard, Cornell Ufiiversity Virginia 

^ Did not complete the year. 

' Withdrew after satisfactory completion of year. 



96 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

GOLOMBEK, Leonard Harry, Universily of Maryland Maryland 

Grant, Bowie Linn, Potomac State School of West Virginia Maryland 

Green, James William, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Hamrick, George Vincent, Washington University Maryland 

Hankins, John Roland, University of Virginia Virginia 

Heldrich, Frederick Joseph, Jr., Yale University Maryland 

HoBART, Richard Loren, Jr., Washington and Lee Universily. . . .District of Columbia 

HoLLOWAY, William Jackson, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Insley, Marion Clarence, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

^Kalafat, John George, Bethany College West Virginia 

Kastner, Lee Norman, University of Pennsylvania Maryland 

Kaufman, Raymond Henry, University of North Carolina New York 

Kemp, Katherine Virdin, A.B., College of Notre Dame, 1943 Maryland 

Kennedy, Carl Hubert, Jr., University of Virginia Pennsylvania 

Koch, Lillian Dorothy, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

KuNST, Florence Elizabeth, A.B., West Virginia University, 1944 West Virginia 

»Leary, John Sylvester, Jr., The Citadel South Carolina 

Leograndis, Stephen C, Duke University Massachusetts 

Lithgow, Charles Henry, Loyola College Maryland 

Mack, Harry Patterson, Washington University New York 

Mallis, Nicholas, Cornell University Maryland 

Matthews, Burton Vincent, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943; Cornell 

University Maryland 

McCauley, Betty Jane, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Maryland 

McCrumb, Fred Rodgers, Jr., Loyola College Maryland 

Mohler, Donald Ignatius, Jr., Loyola College Maryland 

Newell, Edward Alphonso, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Niswander, Guy Donald, University of Michigan West Virginia 

*0'Dea, Daniel Patrick, Bucknell University Pennsylvania 

Padussis, Stephen Konstant, University of Maryland Maryland 

Petersen, Phyllis Ann, A.B., University of Michigan, 1943 Maryland 

Platt, Julian Jay, Loyola College MaryL^id 

Powell, Albert Milton, Jr., University of North Carolina Maryland 

^Raskin, Herbert Alfred, A.B., University of Michigan, 1940; M.S.P.H., 1941; 

A merican University Michigan 

Rhyne, Jimmie Lee, University of North Carolina North Carolina 

Rodriguez, Edsel Antonio, College of the Holy Cross Puerto Rico 

Rudolph, Robert Lee, Ohio University Ohio 

Scherr, Merle Sundrell, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Schwartz, Benson Charles, University of Maryland Maryland 

Shell, John Robert, University of Richmond Virginia 

Silverman, Benjamin K., The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Silverstein, Daniel Lewis, Loyola College Maryland 

SiwiNSKi, Thaddeus Charles, A.B., Loyola College, 1944 Maryland 

Smelser, Rennert Marquette, University of Maryland Maryland 

Snyder, William Allen, The Johns Hopkins Universily Maryland 

Stahl, Robert Ray, Universily of Neu) Hampshire Pennsylvania 

^Starkey, Nell, University of Maryland Georgia 

*Startzman, Henry Hollingsworth, Jr., Loyola College Maryland 

Swisher, Kyle Y'oung, Jr., Bethany College West Virginia 

Tarr, Norman, Washington College Maryland 

Theuerkauf, Frank Joseph, Jr., Villa Maria College Pennsylvania 

Thomas, Clyde Dana, Jr., Bethany College West Virginia 

Thuss, William Getz, Jr., Emory University ^ Alabama 

Walters, Hezekiah G., Jr., University of North Carolina North Carolina 

Ware, Charles Ingersoll, Wake Forest College New Jersey 

Waterman, Roger Sherman, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

Whitehorn, Clark Allan, The Johns Hopkins University Michigan 

Wilson, John Dean, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

Womack, William Spengler, Emory and Henry College Virginia 

* Did not complete the year. 

* Withdrew after satisfactory completion of year. 



MATRICULATES 97 

FRESHMAN CLASS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1945 TO MAY 25, 1946 

Abraham, Robert Auman, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1945 . . .Pennsylvania 

Bachman, Leonard, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1946 Maryland 

Barlow, Lundie Weathers, Jr., University of Minnesota Virginia 

Barnard, John William, B.S., Milligan College, 1937 Maryland 

Belkin, Joseph William, College of The Holy Cross Connecticut 

Benjamin, William Philip, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1943 New York 

Blundell, Albert Edward, Temple University Utah 

Cline, James Alexander, III, University of Pennsylvania Nebraska 

Collings, Harold, Jr., The Johns Hopkins University Indiana 

Deringer, Florence Hurtt, B.S., Washington College, 1945 Maryland 

Ensor, Wilmer Clifton, Jr., B.S , Loyola College, 1945 Maryland 

EuBANKS, Otha Albert, Jr., Duke University North Carolina 

Forman, Robert Blaine, University of Oregon Oregon 

Gill, Joseph Edward, Union College Pennsylvania 

Goldstein, Arthur Ja\, Bethany College New York 

GoRTEN, Martin Klaus, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1943 New Jersey 

Gray, H.\rry Williams, Duke University Maryland 

Harris, James Radcliffe, Temple University Pennsylvania 

Henderson, Charles Thomas, The Johns Hopkins University Illinois 

Humphreys, Charles Wesley, Jr., Duke University District of Columbia 

Knabe, George William, Jr., The Johns Hopkins University Michigan 

Krieger, John Louis, A.B., St. Louis University, 1943 Missouri 

Lewis, Thomas Earl, Pennsylvania State College Pennsylvania 

Lock, Burton Vernon, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

London, ■ Nathaniel Jacob, Tl.e Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

LoNGLEY, George Henry, University of Minnesota Maryland 

^LoNGLEY, Robert William, B.S., Loyola College, 1945 Maryland 

^LuDLAM, Richard Fairfax, University of Richmond Virginia 

LuKENS, James Thomas, Vanderhilt University Pennsylvania 

Malcarney, Alberta Rose, A.B., University of Southern California, 1944. . .California 

Mattax, Harry McCoy, Western Maryland College Maryland 

May, Homer Woodrow, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1944 Pennsylvania 

McCoRD, Charles Frederic, Pennsylvania State College Indiana 

Medairy, Mary Veronica, A.B., College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1943. .Maryland 

Metcalf, John Shelby, Jr., University of California California 

MiDDLETON, Edmund Bishop, The Johns Hopkins University Rhode Island 

Miller, Max J.\y, University of Richmond Maryland 

'Morgan, John Agree, Emory University Georgia 

MoYER, John Lewis, HI, University of Minnesota Pennsylvania 

Neal, Hunter Shainline, Vanderhilt University Pennsylvania 

Neumayer, fRANCis, University of Maryland Pennsylvania 

Newell, Josephine Evelyn, University of the State of South Carolina .... North Carolina 

NiCKLAS, Gilbert Lee, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1946 Maryland 

Panzarella, John Henry, Fordham University New York 

Parelhoff, Merrill Elliott, University of Maryland Maryland 

^Phillips, Robert Francis, A.B., University of Michigan, 1942 Michigan 

^Porter, Harry, Temple University Pennsylvania 

Raskin, Howard Fr.^nk, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Riddel, Clifford Thurston, Jr., A.B., Bridgrd'ater College, 1933 Virginia 

RoEHRiG, Ch.-vrles Burns, Vanderhilt University Massachusetts 

^Rogers, Ralph Peel, Jr., Duke University North Carolina 

Sarewitz, Albert Bernard, University of Pennsylvania New Jersey 

'ScHALK, Walter Elmer, University of Chicago Illinois 

Sciier, Jordan, Mayer, A.B., Wesleyan University, 1946 Maryland 

ScHM.\LE, Arthur Henry, Jr., Pennsylvania State College Nebraska 

ScHNAPER, Nathan, B.S., Washington College, 1940 Maryland 

Schorr, Rashi, B.S., University of Miami, Florida, 1944 Florida 

ScHREiBER, Rich.'^rd D.wiD, Bethany College Illinois 

Sherrard, Margaret Lee, A.B., Seton Hill College, 1945 West Virginia 

^Smith, Charles Elliott, University of Maryland Georgia 

Smith, Meredith Parks, St. Laurence University Minnesota 

^ Did not complete the year. 



98 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Snider, Kenn-eth Bruce, University of Maryland Texas 

^SosNOWSKi, Andrew Raymond, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1945 Maryland 

^Sowers, Edward Francis, A.B., West Virginia University, 1941 West Virginia 

^Spangenberg, Harry Alan, Jr., University of Scranton Pennsylvania 

Spittell, John Allen, Jr., B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1944 Maryland 

Stabler, Earlin John, University of Marylatid Pennsylvania 

Stanfield, Elwin Eugene, University of Pennsylvania California 

Steckler, Robert Joseph, A.B., Evansville College, 1943 Indiana 

'Stein, Elizabeth Jane, A.B., University of Delaware, 1944 Delaware 

Stevenson, Edward Ward, Duke University Virginia 

Strahan, John Franklin, Duke University Maryland 

TiLLEY, Russell McFarlanf, Jr., University of Rochester New York 

TiMAN^s, James Kyner, Oberlin College Ohio 

Tramer, Arnold, University of Maryland Mar>'land 

Trettin, Gene Douglas, Ursinus College, 1946 Maryland 

Warnock, Robert George, Bates College Ohio 

Watson. Frank Yandle, Duke University North Carolina 

Welch, Elbert Sylvester, Duke University Alabama 

^Wheelfr, Robert Leland, A.B., Stanford University, 1944 California 

^Williams, William Augustus, Jr., Mercer University Georgia 

Wolfe, Carolyn DeWitt, A.B., Hollins College, 1945 New Jersey 

^ Did not complete the year. 

' Withdrew after completing the year. 

' Withdrew in good standing; did not complete the year. 

STUDENTS IN ART AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE 

Felix Benedict Weinberg Maryland 

SUMMARY OF STUDENTS 
July 19, 1945 to May 25, 1946 

Medical Students Male Female To tal 

Senior Class 95 3 98 

Junior Class 92 4 96 

Sophomore Class 76 7 83 

Freshman Class 74 8 82 

337 22 ^ 359 

Withdrawals 25 2 * 27 

312 20 332 

Student of Art 1 1 

313 20 ^Z3 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS 

July 19, 1945 to May 25, 1946 

Alabama 2 Michigan 11 

Arizona 1 Minnesota 2 

California 8 Mississippi 1 

Connecticut 3 Missouri 1 

Delaware 4 Nebraska 2 

District of Columbia o ^levada 1 

^^°"^.^ ,1 New Jersey 8 

j^X 5 ^^ewYork 6 

Indiana;:;;;;;;.':;;;::::;::::;;;:: 3 North carouna 13 

Kentucky 2 North Dakota 1 

Maryland 175 Ohio 5 

Massachusetts 4 Oregon 1 



SUMMARY OF STUDENTS 



99 



Pennsylvania 21 Virginia 



Rhode Island 
South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 



12 



Washington 1 

West Virginia 18 



Foreign 
Puerto Rico 

LIST OF COLLEGE SOURCES OF STUDENTS ENROLLED 

July 19, 1945 to May 25, 1946 



Alabama, University of 2 

American University 1 

Amherst College 1 

Arizona, University of 1 

Bates College 1 

Bethany College 11 

Bridgewater College 2 

Brooklyn College 1 

Brown University 2 

Bucknell University 1 

Cahfornia, University of 4 

Carleton College . . . 1 

Chattanooga, University of 1 

Chicago, University of 12 

Citadel, The 2 

Colorado College 3 

Columbia University 2 

Cornell University 4 

Dartmouth College 2 

Davidson College 2 

Delaware, University of 1 

Dickinson College 1 

Duke University 12 

Emory University 15 

Emory and Henry College 1 

Evansville College 1 

Florida, University of 1 

Fordham University 1 

Franklin & Marshall College 9 

Geneva College 1 

Georgia, University of 1 

Gettysburg College 5 

Goucher College 1 

Guilford College 1 

Hampden-Sydney College 3 

HoUins College 2 

Holy Cress, College of The 3 

Johns Hopkins University, The 38 

Kemper Jr. Military School 1 

Loyola College 28 

Marquette University 1 

Maryland, University of 73 

Maryville College 1 

Mercer University 1 

Miami, University of (Florida) 1 

Michigan, University of 4 

Milligan College 1 

Minnesota, University of 3 

Mississippi, University of 1 

Mt. St. Mary's College 4 

Muhlenberg College 1 

Nevada, University of 1 

New Hampshire, University of 2 

New Mexico, University of 1 

North Carolina, University of 14 

North Dakota, University of 1 



Norwich University 1 

Notre Dame of Maryland, College of . . 1 

Notre Dame, University of 3 

Oberlin College 2 

Ohio University 1 

Oregon, University of 1 

Pennsylvania State College 3 

Pennsylvania, University of 4 

Pittsburgh, University of 1 

Potomac State School, W. Va 1 

Puerto Rico, University of 1 

Puget Sound, College of 1 

Richmond, University of 5 

Rochester, University of 1 

St. Lawrence University 1 

St. Louis University 1 

St. Peter's College 1 

Scranton, University of 1 

Seton Hall College 1 

Sieton Hill College 1 

Soux Falls College 1 

Southern California, University of . . . . 1 

South Carolina, University of State of . 2 

Stanford University 1 

Swarthmore College 1 

Taylor University 1 

Temple University 3 

Texas Technological College 2 

Transylvania College 1 

Trinitv College 2 

Tufts College 1 

Union College 1 

Ursinus College 1 

Utah, University of 2 

Utah State Agricultural College 1 

Vanderbilt University 3 

Villa Maria College 1 

Virginia Military Institute 2 

Virginia, University of 4 

Wake Forest College 1 

Washington College 8 

Washington University 1 

Washington & Jefferson College 3 

Washington and Lee University 1 

Wcsleyan University 1 

Western Maryland College 20 

Westminster College 1 

West Virginia Institute of Technology . 1 

West Virginia University 10 

West Virginia Wesleyan College 1 

William & Mary, College of 1 

Williams College 1 

Wisconsin, University of 1 

Wooster, College of 1 

Yale Universitv 1 



100 



THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS, 1945-1946 

(Term beginning July 1, 1945 and ending June 30, 1946) 

President 
Austin Wood, M.D. 



Thomas K. Galvin, M.D. 

Secretary 
John A. Wagner, M.D. 



Vice-Presidents 
George McLean, M.D. 

Assistant Secretary 
Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 

Executive Secretary 
Minette E. Scott 



Harvey K. Fleck, M.D. 

Treasurer 
Edward P. Smith, M.D. 



Board of Directors 
Charles Reid Edwards, M.D., Chairman 
Austin Wood, M.D. 
John A. Wagner, M.D. 
Edward P. Smith, M.D. 
Thurston R. .\dams, M.D. 
Wetherbee Fort, M.D. 
Fred B. Smith, M.D. 
George F. Sargent, M.D. 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D. 

Library Committee 

Milton S. Sacks, M.D. 

Trustees Students^ Rotating Fund 

Francis J. Kirby, M.D., Chairman 
A. F. RiES, M.D. 
Eugene Hay ward, M.D. 
Hugh R. Spencer, M.D. 



Hospital Council 
Alfred T. Gundry, M.D. 
George Sargent, M.D. 
Nominating Committee 
J. Sheldon Eastland, M.D., Chairman 
WiLLi.\M Seabold, M.D. 
Frank Geraghty, M.D. 
W. Raymond McKenzie, M.D. 
FR.A.NK N. Ogden, M.D. 



Editors 



Emil Novak, M.D. 

C. Gardner Warner. M.D. 

A lumni Council 

Louis H. Douglass, M.D- 
Thomas B. Aycock, M.D 



ENDOWMENT FUND 

The following constitute the Board of Trustees of this Fund: 

.Arthur M. Shipley, Chairman H. Boyd Wylie, Secy.-Treas. 

Robertson Griswold Charles Reid Edwards 

Harry Clifton Byrd Horace E. Flack 

Albert Burns W. Conwell Smith 

This Board is incorporated by act of the Legislature of the State, its legal title 
being "The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Maryland," 
and is independent and self-perpetuating. Its powers are limited to the expendi- 
ture of the interest derived from the various funds, which is applied as directed by 



ENDOWMENT FUND 101 

donors for the benefit of the University. Contributions, donations and bequests 
are soHcited from Alumni and friends. They may be made to the general or Uni- 
versity Fund, to the Medical Fund or to any other department of the University. 
If intended for the School of Medicine, they may be given to the general medical 
fund or to some special object, as building, research, library, pathology, hospital, 
publication, laboratories, gymnasium, scholarship, medal, prize, etc., in which 
case the wishes of the donor will be strictly regarded. Checks should be made 
payable to The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Maryland, 
H. Boyd Wyhe, Treasurer, Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore-1, Maryland. 

FORMS OF DEVISE OR BEQUEST 
To Endowment Fund 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University 
of Maryland, a corporation incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the 
benefit of the Faculty of Medicine 

(Here state amount or describe property) 

To School of Medicine 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Regents of the University of Maryland, a corporation 
mcorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the benefit of the Faculty of 
Medicine ., 

(Here state amount or describe property) 
THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The University of Maryland School for Nurses was established in the year 1889- 
Since that time it has been an integral part of the University of Maryland, coming 
under the same government. It is a non-sectarian school, the only religious serv- 
ices being morning prayers. 

The University Hospital is a general hospital containing about 435 beds. It 
is equipped to give young women a thorough course of instruction and practice in 
all phases of nursing. 

Programs Offered: The programs of study of the school are planned for two 
groups of students: (a) the five-year group, (b) the 36-month group. 

The requirements for admission to the five-year program of the School of Nurs-. 
ing are the same as for other colleges of the University. The completion of this 
course entitles the student to the degree of Bachelor of Science from the University 
of Maryland and to the diploma of the University Hospital School of Nursing. 

The requirements for admission to the 36-month program are the satisfactory 
completion of an academic course in an approved high school. The completion 
of this course entitles the student to the diploma of the University of Maryland 
School of Nursing. 

Applications and catalogues may be obtained from the Director of the School 
of Nursing, University Hospital, Baltimore 1, Md. 



102 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

MERCY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing was established in 1899 and in- 
corporated on December 23, 1901. It is an integral part of the Mercy Hospital 
and is under the same government. Mercy Hospital affords exceptional ad- 
vantages for the education of nurses. It is a general hospital containing 348 
beds, and offers opportunities for a thorough and varied experience. By its 
institutional affiliation with the University of Maryland it secures professors who 
give to the student the results of their training and experience in the fields of the 
medical and affiliated sciences. 

The University of Maryland, in affiliation with the Mercy Hospital School of 
Nursing, offers a five year combined Academic and Nursing program. The com- 
pletion of this course entitles the student to the degree of Bachelor of Science from 
the University of Maryland, and to the diploma of the Mercy Hospital School of 
Nursing. Graduate nurses who hold college degrees are greatly in demand, 
especially for positions in administration and teaching institutions. This program 
consequently offers a distinct advantage. 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Abell, Harry Davis, 93 

Abraham, Robert Auman, 97 

Acton, Conrad B., 14,59 

Adams, Thurston R., 11, 21, 25, 26, 69, 70, 74, 76, 100 

Agnesine, Sister M., 33 

Albrittain, J. Warren, 16, 27, 78 

Alecce, Angelo Andrew, 95 

Allen, Gladys Martha, 93 

Allison, George Malcolm, 95 

Amberson, William R., 8, 8, 57 

Amlicke, Jeanne Dorothy, 88, 89, 92 

Andersch, Marie A., 14, 61, 64 

Anderson, A. Russell, 14, 65 

Anderson, Franklin B., 8, 10, 21, 39, 72, 74 

Anderson, Rubert S., 8, 11, 57 

Anthony, James Elmer, 93 

Aponte, Joseph Louis, 95 

Appleby, George S., 26 

Applegarth, Eva, 36 

Arnold, James G., Jr., 8, 10, 21, 29, 38, 69, 75 

Arnold, Jesse Hoyt, Jr., 88, 89, 92 

Arthur, Helen, 24 

Ashbury, Howard H., 38 

Ashman, Leon, 16, 34, 61, 63 

Atkins, John L., 16 

Audet, Charles Henry Jr., 88 89 92 

Audet, Robert Joseph, 88, 89, 92 

Auld, David, 18, 95 

Aycock, Thomas B., 8, 9, 21, 29, 37, 39, 68, 70, 71, 100 

Ayd, Frank J, Jr., 22 

Bachman, Leonard, 97 

Baetjer, Walter A. 8, 10, 20, 60 

Baggott, Bartus T., 31 

Bagley, Charles, Jr., 8, 9, 21, 29, 38, 39, 68, 75 

Bailey, Carl E., 14, 21, 27, 76 

Baker, Frank William, Jr., 95 

Ballard, Margaret B., 12, 27, 77 

Ballina, Jones B., 16, 27, 78 

Bannen, William James, Jr., 88, 89, 92 

Barlow, Lundie Weathers, Jr., 97 

Barnard, John William, 97 

Barnett, Donald J., 16, 21, 80 

Bauer, Robert Edward, 23, 88, 89, 92 

Baybutt, John E., 37 

Bayley, George, 35 

Baylus, M., 26 

Beatty, John Orville, 93 

Beck, Harry McB., 16, 32, 35, 79 

Beck, Harvey G., 9, 30 

Beck, Nathaniel M., 16, 34, 61, 64 

Beckett, Robert Lea, 95 

Behr, Eleanor, 32 

Belemer, J. J., 38 

Belkin, Joseph William, 97 

Bell, Frederick K., 18, 59 

Benavent, Walter Josfi, 88, 89, 92 

Benjamin, William Philip, 97 

Benson, John Fisher, 93 



Bereston, Eugene S., 14, 26, 30, 35, 71 

Berggreen, Raymond George, 93 

Bergland, J. McFarland, 8, 10, 77 

Berman, Sidney, 24 

Berr>', Richard Waitman, 93 

Berry, Robert Z., 16, 70 

Beyer, David Henry, 95 

Biehl, Harold P., 33 

Bieren, Roland E., 14, 18, 59, 79 

Bimestefer, L. W., 38 

Bindeman, William Wylie, 93 

Bisanar, James Milton, 95 

Blair, James Seaborn, Jr., 93 

Blake, Charles F., 8, 9, 29, 30, 36, 71, 74 

Blank, H. Robert, 24 

Blevins, Joseph Wendell, 93 

Blum, Louis V., 24, 25 

Blumberg, Joseph M., 16 

Blundell, Albert Edward, 97 

Bond, Donald Buckey, 95 

Bongardt, Henry F., 11, 29, 34, 69, 71 

Bonifant, Alfred Dement, 88, 89, 92 

Bordley, John E., 38 

Bowe, Dudley P., 12, 27, 77 

Bowers, John Z., 16, 62 

Bowie, Harry C, 14, 56, 69, 70 

Bow>'er, Thomas S., 14, 26, 27, 77, 79 

Boyd, C. Holmes, 37 

Boyd, Kenneth B., 12, 26, 27, 77, 79 

Bradley, J. Edmund, 11, 20, 66 

Brady, Leo, 11, 21, 79 

Brager, Simon H., 11, 29, 34, 36, 69, 70, 74 

Bramble, Charles E., 32 

Brantigan, Otto C, 8, 9, 37, 56, 69. 70 

Briele, Henry A., 16, 69 

Briscoe, Ruth Lee, 8, 41 

Bronstein, Eugene Leonard, 95 

Brookes, Thomas R., 7 

Brooks, Ross C, 36 

Brosemer, Lowell Russell, 88, 89, 92 

Brouillet, George H. 14, 25, 69, 71 

Brown, Ann Virginia, 14, 58 

Brown, Eli Matthew, 88, 89, 92 

Brown, John Ronald, 95 

Brown, Robert Ray, 88, 89, 92 

Brown, Thomas R., 39 

Bryant, Samuel H., 14, 21, 27, 76 

Bubert, Howard M., 8, 11, 25, 60 

Buchness, A. V., 16, 69 

Buchness, John Michael, 95 

Buckner, Louise Paddon, 88, 89, 92 

Buettner, Henry F., 14, 58 

Bullock, John Boyd, 95 

Bulluck, Matt Heyer, 95 

Bunch, Littleton Jay, 94 

Bunn, David Glenn, 94 

Burns, Albert, 100 

Burns, Harold H., 14, 29, 33, 69 

Burns, J. Howard, 31, 32, 35 



103 



104 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Byerly, M. Paul. 14. 24, 25, 66 
Byerly, William L., 22 
Byrd, Harry Clifton, 7, 100 

Caldwell, Lucile J., 14, 26, 71 

Cano, Harold Vernon, 88, 89, 92 

Caplan, Lester H., 22 

Carey, Richard A., iZ 

Carey, T. Nelson, 8, 10, 20, 31. 49, 60 

Carliner, Paul E., 16, 61 

Carouge, Gilbert Morris, 94 

Carr, C. Jelleff, 8, 10, 59 

Carr, William Francis, 88, 89, 92 

Celeste, Sister M., 29 

Chaimovitz, Robert, 95 

Chambers, Earl L., 31 

Chambers, Thomas R., 8, 10. 29, 68 

Chance, L. T., 16, 69 

Chapman, Ross McC. 8. 9, 20, 65 

Chase, Henry Vincent, 94 

Chelton, Alice Katherine Graybill, 95 

Cheney, William S., 16 

Chenowith, Robert F., 16, 69 

Chinn, Mary E., 14, 57 

Christopher, Thomas West, 88, 89, 92 

Clapp, Clyde A., 8, 9, 20, 21, 80 

Clarke, Carl Dame, 8, 10, 81 

Clark, Mary, 22 

Cline, James Alexander, III, 97 

Clopter, Charlotte, 32 

Clough. Paul W.. 8, 10, 60 

Clyman, Sidney Gary, 88, 89. 92 

Coberth, M. E., 39 

Coblentz, Richard G., 8, 9, 21, 29, 38. 75, 68 

Codd, Francis Ignatius, 88, 89, 92 

Coffey, Michael Joseph, 94 

Cohen, Bernard Stanley, 94 

Cohen, Irvin, 94 

Cohn, Jerome Elias. 88, 89, 92 

Cole, William P., Jr., 7 

CoUenberg, H. T., 32 

Collings, Harold, Jr., 97 

Compton, Beverley C, 8, 12, 20, 21, 23, 26, 27, 38, 75, 79 

Condron, James Frank, 95 

Connor, Thomas Byrne, 88, 89, 92 

Connor, Thomas P., 33 

Cooper, Harry Douglas, 94 

Cooper, William Benjamin, Jr., 94 

Copeland, Murray M., 11, 27 

Cornbrooks, Ernest I., Jr., 14, 26, 27, 38, 75, 79 

Corzine, William Jenkins, Jr., 94 

Cotter, Edward F., 14, 67 

Cotton, Albertus, 9, 30, 32, 34, 39, 72 

Coughlan, Stuart G., 14, 25, 69, 71 

Coultas, Elizabeth Louise, 94 

Councill, W. A. H., 12, 21, 26, 73 

Covington, E. Eugene, 13. 27. 29, 32, 34, 36, 69, 75 

Crawford, Robert C, 16 

Crecraft, Harold James, 95 

Cross, Richard Joseph, Jr. 23, 88, 89, 92 

Crouch, J. Frank, 8 

Crouch, Walter Lee, 23, 88, 89, 92 

Cruikshank, Dwight P., Z^ 



Culver, Samuel H., 16, 69 
Cunningham, Raymond M,, 16 
Gushing, J. G. N., 14, 65 
Cushner. Preston R., 16, 70 
Cutler, Preston R., 16, 70 



Dalmau, Louis Z., 37 

Dalton, James Breckenridge, Jr., 95 

Daly, Joseph M., ii 

Dann, Daniel, I., 16, 27 

D'Antonio, Joseph, 88, 89, 92 

Daue, Edwin O., Jr., 16, 22, 70 

Davidson, Charles N., 8, 10, 20, 21, 80 

Davidson, Nachman, 16, 61 

Davies, Ross, 11, 67 

Davis. Carl L., 8, 9, 57 

Davis, E. Hollister, 16 

Davis, George H., 16. 78 

Davis, John R., 16, 31, 34, 62 

Davis, John Staige, 39 

Debuskey, B. Matthew, 14, 38, 66 

Deckert, W. Allen, 14, 26, 27, 69, 71, 79 

Demarco, S. J., 14 

Demarco, S., Jr., 29. 34 

Dempsey, Raymond Joseph, 95 

Dentry, Elizabeth Anne Gordon, 94 

Deringer, Florence Hurtt. 97 

DeVincentes, Michael, Z3> 

Diaz-Carazo, Jose, 88, 89, 92, 

Dickey, Francis G., 14, 24, 61, 64 

Diehl, William K., 14, 26, 27. 38, 75, 79 

Diggs, Everett S., 14, 26, 27, 75, 79 

Dixon, D. McClelland, 13, 27. 59, 77, 78 

Dobbs, Edward C, 10, 21, 27, 76 

Dodd, William A., 16, 32, 35, 79 

Dodds, Robert Arthur, 95 

Doeller, Charles H. Jr., 16, 31, 32, 35, 78, 79 

Doenges, John T., ii 

Donahoo, H. C, Jr., 16 

Dorman. J. William, 37 

Dcrman, William, 38 

Dorman, Parker Sturgis, 94 

Dorsey BriceM., 9, 21, 27, 76 

Douglass, Louis H., 8, 9, 20, 21, 37, 77, 78, 100 

Driggs, Guy Kenneth, 23, 88, 89, 92 

Duffy, William C, 16, 32, 35, 79 

Dumler, John C. 13, 26, 27, 38, 75, 79 

Duncan, George, 37 

Dunn, Charles Gilbert, 95 

Dunnigan, William C, 16, 29, 34, 70 

Duvall, Robert Caywood, Jr., 94 

Dwyer. Frank Philip, Jr., 95 

Dye Frederick C, 8, 10, 20, 21, 81 



Eareckson, Vincent Offfey, Jr., 88, 89, 92 
Earle, Miss Cariline, 39 
Earnhardt, Herman Lee, Jr.. 88, 89. 92 
Eastland, J. Sheldon, 11, 30, 35, 60, 100 
Eavey, James Lee, 23, 88, 89, 92 
Edlow, Ernest S., 14, 31, 32, 35, 79 
Edmunds, Page, 8, 9, 21 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



105 



Edwards, Charles Reid, 8, 9, 20, 21, 39, 68, 70, 71, 100 

Edwards, Monte, 8, 9, 21, 26, 38, 68, 74 

Elgin, William \V., 13, 65 

Ellis, Francis A., 11, 26, 30, 35, 71, 72 

Ensor, Robert EUwood, 95 

Ensor, Wilmer Clifton, Jr., 97 

Eppes. Williford, 94 

Ermshar, H. F., 25 

Erwin, J. J., 13,31, 32, 35, 79 

Esnard, John E., 22 

Eubanks, Otha Albert, Jr., 97 

Evans, John Ebenezer, Jr., 94 

Evans, William Ellsworth, Jr., 10 

Everett, Houston, 13, 79 



Faraino, Frank Anthony, 94 

Fargo, Leon K., 13, 30, 34, 73 

Farson, de Camp B., 18 

Fearing, William L., 14, 24, 67 

Feldman, Maurice, 11, 31, 35, 64 

Fifer, J. S., 22 

Figge, Frank H. J., 8, 10, 56 

Fine, Morris A., 16,24,61, 73 

Fineman, Jerome, 14, 25, 31, 35, 66 

Fink, Joel Charles, 94 

Finkelstein, A. H., 11, 20, 23, 25, 66 

Fischer, Joseph Samuel, 23, 88, 89, 92 

Fisher, Donald Ernst, 94 

Fisher, George William, 92 

Fitzgerald, Robert Greeson, Jr., 94 

Fitzpatrick, Miss Mary 28 

Flack, Horace E., 100 

Fleck, Harvey K., 9, 30, 80, 100 

Flynn, Philip D., 14, 31, 34, 61 

Ford, Frank R., 38 

Forman, Robert Blaine, 97 

Forrer, Gordon Randolph, 94 

Fort, Wetherbee, 13, 31, 60, 100 

Foster, Herbert M. 16, 69 

Fox, Samuel L., 14, 26, 36, 73, 74 

Fravel, Charles Richard, 96 

Freedom, Leon, 8, 10, 20, 24, 67 

Freeman, Irving, 14, 24, 25, 34, 61 

Frey, Edward L., Jr., 31, 35 

Friedenwald, Edgar B., 8, 9, 31, 35, 66 

Friedenwald, Harry, 8, 30, 39 

Friedenwald, Jonas, 13, 80 

Friedman, Asher Authur 94 

Frye, Paul Eugene, 88, 89. 92 

Funk, Audrey M. 16, 61, 64 

Fusco, J. D., 30, 36 

Gaby, Elaine, 18, 59 

Gaby, Samuel David, 88, 89, 92 

Gakenheimer, William Alfred, 94 

Galvin, Thomas K., 8, 9, 29, 31, 32, 35, 79. 100 

Gamble, John Reeves, Jr., 88, 89, 92 

Gardner, Miss Maude M., 39 

Gardner, Robert Kline, 94 

Gardner, William S., 8, 31, 32 

Gareis, L. Calvin, 16, 27 

Garlick, William L., 14, 29, 34, 69 



Gaskel, Jason H., 16, 30, 34, 72 

Gayle, John F., 22 

Geddes, David Kofoid, 94 

Gellman, Moses, 8, 10, 21, 26, 39, 72 

Gentry, William Daniel, Jr., 33, 88, 89, 92 

Geraghty, Frank J., 13, 60, 100 

Geraghty, William R., 16, 69 

Gerlack, James Johnson, 33, 88, 89, 92 

Gerlack, Jane Knowles, 94 

Gerwig, Walter H., Jr., 16 

Gibbs, Robert L., 16, 61 

Gichner, Joseph E., 9, 20, 60 

Gill, Joseph Edward, 97 

Gillis, Andrew C, 8, 9, 31, 35, 67 

Gillis, Francis W., 11, 30, 34, 73 

Gillis, Marion H., 16 

Gillson, Edward Michael, 94 

Ginsberg, Leon, 39 

Click, Samuel, S., 13, 25,^66 

Goetz, Abraham Aaron, 88, 89, 92 

Gold, Benjamin Miller, 94 

Goldman, A., 24 

Goldsborough, Charles R., 13, 24, 60 

Goldsmith, Harry, 12, 24, 31, 35, 65 

Goldstein, Albert E., 12, 59, 100 

Goldstein, Arthur Jay, 97 

Golley, K. W., 31 

Golombek, Leonard Harry, 96 

Goodman, Julius, 29 

Goodwin, T. Campbell, 10, 66 

Gore, Robert J., 16, 25 

Gorten, Martin Klaus, 97 

Govatos, George, 13, 69, 71 

Grafif, Henry F., 8, 12, 20, 21, 28, 80 

Granoff, H. L., 16, 32, 35, 79 

Grant, Bowie Linn, 96 

Grau, Edward Gordon, 94 

Graves, James H., 22 

Gray, Harry William, 88, 89, 92 

Gray, Harry Williams, 97 

Green, James William, 96 

Greenfield, Duane Leonard, 88, 89, 92 

Gregg, John G., 23 

Gregory, E. Mildred, 22 

Greiner, D. James, 11 

Grenzer, William H., 17, 61 

Griswold, Robertson, 100 

Gross, Joseph B., 17, 61 

Grossman, Louis Ward, 94 

Gulck, Georg K., 13 

Gundry, Alfred T., 100 

Gundry, Lewis P., 12, 23, 24, 60 

Guy, Ernest G., 19, 59 

Guytcn, William L., 14 

Guyther, Joseph R., 34 

Haase, Frederick Robert, 94 
Hachtel, Frank W., 8, 9, 58 
Hahn, Robert Roland, 94 
Hahn. William E., 11 
Hall, Howard Essex, 94 
Hamrick, George V'inccnt, 96 



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INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Hankin, Samuel J., 17, 24, 25, 61 

Hankins, John Roland, 96 

Hannan, Alice R., 36 

Hannan, Leon, 36 

Hanrahan, E. M., 14, 37, 69 

Hansen, Leland Jay, 88, 90, 92 

Hardin, Henry Carter, Jr., 88, 90, 92 

Hardman, Edward H., 33 

Harkins, Henry N., 37 

Harley, John Barker, 23, 88, 90, 92 

Harne, O. G., 8, 11, 57 

Harne, Wm. G., 59 

Harris, James Redcliffe, 97 

Harrison, Harold E., 37 

Harrison, Thurston, 38 

Hartman, Oscar, 17, 27, 78 

Hartz, Alvin S., 37 

Haught, John S., 17, 26, 79 

Hawkins, Charles William, 23, 88, 90, 92 

Haws, John M., 37 

Hayleck, Mary L., 14, 66 

Hayward, Eugene, 100 

Healy, Robert F., 14, 69, 71 

Hearne, Calvin Beck, 94 

Hedrick, Thomas A., 17, 25, 66 

Hefner, Charles Arthur, 88, 90, 92 

Heldrich, Frederick Joseph, Jr., 96 

Helen, Sister M., 29, 36 

Helfrich, Raymond F., 13, 29, 33, 69, 71 

Helfrich, William G., 14, 24, 25, 61 

Hellen, L. Ann, 17, 61, 64 

Helms, Samuel T., 14 

Henderson, Charles Thomas, 97 

Hendrick, James W., 17, 22, 70 

Hendrickson, Edwin Okey, III, 88, 90, 92 

Henneberger, Lowell P., 37 

Hersperger, W. Grafton, 14, 24, 61 

Hibbitts, John T., 13, 26, 38, 79 

Highstein, Benjamin, 14, 26, 71 

Hightower, John Allen, 94 

Hill, Harry Edward, 23, 88, 90, 92 

Hintz, Carl W., 41 

Hirschfeld, John H., 17, 37, 73 

Hobart, Richard Loren, Jr., 96 

Hogan, John F., 13, 26, 73 

Hogan, John Francis, Jr., 94 

Hohman, Leslie B., 14, 65 

Holden, Frank A., 14, 28, 80 

Hollander, Mark B., 14, 26, 71 

HoUoway, William Jackson, 96 

Holmes, Charles R., 23 

Honigman, Alvin H., 19, 22 

Hooks, Richard Eugene, 94 

Hooper, Z. Vance, 13, 24, 64 

Hopkins, John V., 17, 26, 72 

Horine, Cyrus F., 8, 11, 68 

Horn, Helen A., 15, 19, 59 

Houghton, James Francis, 94 

Howell, Clewell, 13, 66 

Hudson, RoUin C, 17, 25, 62 

Hull, Harry C, 12, 37, 69, 70 

Hulla, Jaroslav, 17, 27, 78 

Humphreys, Charles Wesley, Jr., 97 



Humphries, William C, 17, 73 

Hundley, J. Mason, Jr. 8, 9, 20, 21, 26, 27, 38, 75, 76, 79 

Hunter, James S., 22, 23 

Hunter, J. Poulson, 88, 90, 92 

Hunter, Robert Carl, 94 

Hutchins, Elliott H., 8, 9, 29, 68, 71 

Hyman, Calvin, 15, 69 

Hyman, Nathan Bernard, 88, 90, 92 

Imbrie, David EUwood, 94 
Ingram, Charles H., 22, 23 
Inman, B. Wallace, 15 
Inman, Conrad L., 15, 30, 36 
Insley, Marion Clarence, Jr., 96 
Isaacs, Benjamin H., 17, 30, 35, 73 
Iwamoto Harry K., 12, 19, 59 

Jacobson, Meyer W., IS, 24, 61 
Jaffe, Albert, 12, 20, 25, 66 
James, Oliver A., 17 
Jennings, Erwin R., 23, 88, 90, 92 
Jennings, F. L., 8, 9, 29, 68, 71 
Jennings, Joye J., 15 
Jensen, Jacob R., 17, 27, 78 
Jeppi, Joseph V., 30, 36 
Jerardi, Joseph V., 13, 29, 34, 69, 71 
Jernigan, Lane McDermott, 94 
Jewett, Hugh, 17, 38, 73 
Johnson, Edward S., 8, 11, 68 
Johnson, Elizabeth, 32 
Johnson, William R., 15, 25 
Jones, Everett D., 26, 39 
Jorgensen, C. Louis, 22, 23 
Josephs, Hugh W., 8, 11, 66 
Joslin, C. Loring, 8, 10, 20, 66 
Jubb, Charlotte, 41 
Judd, Allyn Francis, 94 
Judd, Charles C. W., 11, 38 

Kadan, Ferd E., 17, 27 
Kalafat, John George, 96 
Kallins, Edward S., 15, 25, 61 
Kaltreider, D. Frank, 13, 23, 27, 37, 77, 78 
Kammer, William H., 34 
Kammer, William H., Jr., 17, 31, 61 
Kane, Harry F., 17, 32, 35, 79 
Kanwit, Bert A., 22, 23 
Kappebnan, Melvin D., 17, 27, 78 
Kardash, Theodore, 79 
Karfgin, Arthur, 17, 61 
Karfgin, Walter E., 24 
Karns, Clyde F., 15, 69, 71 
Karns, James R., 17, 22, 23, 61 
Kastner, Lee Norman, 96 
Katzenstein, Lawrence, 17, 61 
Kaufman, Raymond Henry, 96 
Kaufman, Vernon D., 11, 21, 27, 76 
Kayser, Fayne A., 15, 30, 36, 72 
Kemler, Joseph I., 13, 30, 80 
Kemp, Katherine Virdin, 96 
Kennedy, Carl Hubert, Jr., 96 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



107 



Keown, Lauriston L., 17, 25, 66 

Kevin, Sister M., 32 

Kiel, August, Jr., 33, 88, 90, 92 

Kilby, Walter L., 8, 10, 20, 21, 80 

King, John T., Jr., 37 

Kinnamon, Howard F., 15 

Kirby, Francis J., 100 

Kitlowski, Edward A., 8, 10, 30, 37, 39, 68, 77 

Klemkowski, Irvin P., 17, 27, 78 

Klimes, Louis F., 34, 35 

Klinefelter, Harry F., Jr., 38 

Knabe, George William, Jr. 97 

Knapp, Harry Grove Robert, 88, 90, 92 

Knapp, Hubert C, 31 

Knerler, Charles W., 17, 61 

Knotts, E. Paul, 7 

Knowles, F. Edwin, Jr., 13, 21, 30, 36, 80 

Knox, Lawrence Joseph, 33, 88, 90, 92 

Koch, Lillian Dorothy, 96 

Kohn, Schuyler G., 17, 78 

Kolman, Lester N., 15, 26, 71 

Krahl, Vernon E., 15 

Krantz, John C, Jr., 8, 10, 59 

Krause, Louis A. M., 8, 11, 20, 30, 38, 60, 81 

Kremen, A., 15, 80 

Krieger, John Louis, 97 

KroU, Louis J., 17, 61, 63 

Kunst, Florence Elizabeth, 96 

Kyper, Frederick T., 15, 26, 38, 73, 74 

Lang, Milton C, 15, 28, 80 

Langeluttig, Harry Vernon, 13, 37, 60 

Langworthy, O. R., 38 

Latimer, John Howard, 88, 90, 92 

Lavenstein, Arnold F., 15, 25, 66 

Lawler, Lillian Marie, 32 

Leach, C. Edward, 15, 25, 61 

Leary, John Sylvester, Jr., 96 

Lebherz, Thomas B., 33 

Lederman, Alfred S., 17, 24, 64 

Lee, F. C, 37 

Legerton, Clarence W., Jr., 23 

Legge, John E., 12, 20, 31,60 

Legge, Kenneth D., 8, 10, 30, 34, 73 

Legum, Samuel, 15, 24, 61, 63 

Leitz, T. Frederick, 31 

Leograndis, Stephen C, 96 

Leowald, Hans W., 13, 65 

Lerner, Philip F., 13,31,35, 67 

Leung, Bernard, 94 

Levickas, Herbert Joseph, 88, 90, 92 

Levin, H. Edmund, 13, 24, 58, 61 

Levin, Manuel, 24 

Levin, Norman, 94 

Levinson, Lorman L., 22, 23 

Levy, Kurt, 15, 24, 61 

Lewis Miss Frances F., 28 

Lewis, Thomas Earl, 97 

Lipin, Raymond J., 34 

Li Pira, Joseph Francis, 94 

Lisansky, Ephraim T., 15, 25, 31, 34, 35, 37, 59, 61 

Lithgow, Charles Henry, 96 



Little, Luther E., 13, 25, 37, 69 

Locher, R. W., 8, 11, 29, 68 

Lock, Burton Vernon, 97 

Lockard, G. Carroll, 8, 10, 20, 24, 60, 63, 76 

Loewald, Hans W., 24, 65 

Loker, F. Ford, 17,29,34,69 

London, Nathaniel Jacob, 97 

Long, William B., Jr., 17 

Longley, George Henry, 97 

Longley, Robert William, 97 

Looper, Edward A., 8, 10, 20, 21, 39, 72, 73 

Love, William S., Jr., 8, 11, 20, 24, 60 

Lowe, William C, 17, 31, 34 

Ludlam, Richard Fairfax, 97 

Lukens, James Thomas, 97 

Lutz, John F., 8, 12, 57 

Maccubin, H. Pearce, 17, 23, 

Macgowan, Birkhead, 30 

Machata, Francis Karl, 94 

Machen, John W., 17, 35, 67 

Macht, Allan Harris, 88, 90, 92 

Macht, Stanley H., 8, 12, 37, 80 

Mack, Ernest VV., 17 

Mack, Harry Patterson, 96 

Maginnis, Helen I., 17, 26, 79 

Maholick, Leonard Thomas, 88, 90, 92 

Malcarney, Alberta Rose, 97 

Maldeis, Howard J., 8, 11, 59, 60, C8 

Mallis, Nicholas, 96 

Mandeville, Frederick B., 11 

Manieri, Frank V., 25 

Mannino, Peter Paul, 94 

Mansberger, Arlie Roland, Jr., 94 

Mansdorfer, G. Bowers, 13, 31, 35, 66 

Mansfield, W. Kenneth, Jr., 17, 27, 78 

Marek, Charles B., 17, 79 

Marie, Sister Paula, 32 

Markley, Raymond Law, Jr., 88, 90, 92 

Marks, A. Robert, 17, 25, 66 

Marshall, Charles Benton, Jr., 23, 88, 90, 93 

Marshall, Joseph, 24 

Martin, Clarence, 22, 23 

Martin, Gerald A., 23 

Martin, Glenn L., 7 

Marvel, N. Clyde, 8, 11, 29, 68, 71 

Maseritz, I. H., 15, 30, 34, 72 

Massenburg, George Yellott, 23, 88, 90, 93 

Mattax, Harry McCoy, 97 

Mattern, Carl Frederick Theodore, 94 

Matthews, Burton Vincent, 96 

Matthews, Otto Stevens, 88, 90, 93 

Maxson, Charles W., 8, 11, 29, 68, 71 

May, Homer Woodrow, 97 

May, Robert Eugene, 33, 88, 90, 93 

Mays, Howard B., 12, 21, 23. 26 38, 59, 71, 73 

Mazer, Maxwell L., 17, 27, 78 

McAIphine, James G., 8, 11, 58 

McCabe, Edward S., 33 

McCaffery, Henrietta, 32 

McCarthy, Harry B., 39 

McCauley, Betty Jane, 96 



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McCord, Charles Frederic, 97 

McCormick, Charles P., 7 

McCrumb, Fred Rodgers, Jr., 96 

McCurdy, Robert E., 23 

McElfatrick, George Charles, 88, 90. 93 

McElwain, Howard B., 17, 29, 69 

McFaul, William N., Jr., 29 

Mcintosh, Edith R., 41 

McKenzie, W. Raymond, 13, 30, 72, ICO 

McKinney, William W., 17 

McLanahan, Samuel, Jr., 18 

McLaughlin, Francis, 15, 65 

McLean, George, 12, 30, 60, 62, 76, 100 

McNally, Hugh B., 13, 21, 27, 31, 37, 77, 78 

McPherson, Thomas Cotesworth, 88, 90, 93 

McWilliams, Clarence Emanuel, Jr., 33, 88, 90, 93 

Mearns, Robert B., 17, 61 

Mech, Karl F., 17 

Medairy, George C, 17, 35, 67 

Medairy, Mary Veronica, 97 

Meranski, Israel P., 17, 25, 31, 35, 66 

Merkel, Walter C, 12, 32, 59 

Merrill, George C, 38 

Metcalf, John Shelby, Jr., 97 

Meyerowitz, Joseph R., 25 

Miceli, Carmela E., 32 

Middleton, Edmund Bishop, 97 

Mildred, Sister M., 29 

MiUan, Lyle J., 13, 21, 26, 73 

Miller, Max Jay, 97 

Miller, William S., 22, 23 

Minor, James V., Jr., 33 

Mintzer, Joseph Herman, 88, 89, 90, 93 

Mitchell, George W^, 30 

Mitchell, John Armitage, 88, 90, 93 

Mitchell, Robert B., Jr., 15, 25, 61 

Mitchell, Wallace Herttell, 94 

Mitchell, William A., 17, 27, 78 

Mohler, Donald Ignatius, Jr., 96 

Moores, J. Duer, 15, 27, 69, 75 

Morgan, John Acree, 97 

Morgan, Zachariah, 8, 12, 20, 24, 64 

Morris, Frank K., 13, 31, 32, 35, 77, 79 

Morrison, John Edward, 88, 90, 93 

Morrison, John H., 17, 23, 78 

Morrison, Samuel, 12, 24, 64 

Morrison, Theodore H., 8, 10, 31, 64 

Morrow, John Gordon, Jr., 94 

Moses, Harold D., 23 

Moyer, John Lewis, III, 97 

Muller, S. Edwin, 17, 25, 31, 34, 61, 64 

Munch, James C, 14 

Munson, Hugh B., 33 

Murdock, Harry M., 12. 20, 65 

Muse, Joseph E. Jr., 17, 24, 61 

Musser, Ruth, 15, 59 

Myers, John A., 15, 61, 64 

Nachlas, Nathan Edward, 94 

Nataro, Jerome Paul, 88, 90, 93 

Neal, Hunter Shainline, 97 

Nelson, Alfred T., 23 

Nelson, James W., 12, 29, 34, 35, 69, 71 



Nelson, Robert Edwin 88, 93 

Neumayer, Francis, 97 

Newell, Edward Alphonso, 96 

Newell, H. W^, 12, 24, 65 

Newell, Josephine Evelyn, 97 

Nichols, Pomeroy, Jr., 23, 83, 90, 93 

Nicklas, Gilbert Lee, 97 

Niswander, Guy Donald, 96 

Nolan, James J., 33 

Norris, J. Edward, 18 

North, Ellsworth Howard, Jr., 88, 90, 93 

Novak, Emil, 8, 11, 77, 78, 100 

Novey, M. Alexander, 12, 21, 77, 78 

Novey, Samuel, 15, 65 

Nuttle, Harry H., 7 

O'Connor, John A., 29 

O'Dea, Daniel Patrick, 96 

O'Donnell, Charles F., 34 

Ogden, Frank N., 13, 58, 100 

O'Hare, James Stewart, 33, 88, 90, 93 

O'Neill, Peggy, 36 

O'Rourk, Thomas R., 8, 10, 20, 21, 26, 38, 72, 74 

Orrison, William Werner, 88, 90, 93 

Osborne, Horace Henry, 88, 90, 93 

Oster, Robert H., 8, 11, 57 

Otenasek, Frank J., 29 

Owen, Arthur John, 88, 90, 93 

Owens, Richard S., 18 

Owings, James C, 37 

Pacienza, F. A., 30, 36 

Padget, M. Paul, 15, 61 

Padussis, Stephen, Konstant, 96 

Palmer, Margaret Virginia, 18, 62 

Panzarella, John Henry, 97 

Parelhoff, Merrill Elliott, 97 

Park, William Favre, 88, 90, 93 

Parr, William A., 15, 74 

Parsons, John W., 38 

Patterson, J. Milton, 7 

Paul, Earl Rupert, 33, 88, 90, 93 

Peake, C. W., 8, 11, 69, 71 

Peck, Clemmer Marcus, 88, 90, 93 

Pels, Isaac R., 38 

Pertz, Elden Hobart, 94 

Pessagno, D. J., 8, 10, 29, 68, 71 

Pessagno, Eugene L., 15, 21, 27, 76 

Peters, H. Raymond, 8, 10, 29, 30, 32, 34, 60 

Petersen, Phyllis Ann, 96 

Piatt, Julian Jay, 96 

Phelan, Patrick C, 29, 34 

Phelan, Patrick C, Jr., 18, 69 

Phelps, Winthrop M., 39 

Philip, Sister M., 29 

Phillips, David Lee, 94 

Phillips, Robert Francis, 97 

Pierce, Leslie Harrell, 18, 24, 61 

Pierpont, Ross Z., 18, 56, 70 

Piggott, John Burr, Jr., 94 

Pincoffs, Maurice C, 8, 9, 10, 20, 29, 30, 34, 60 

Piatt, Lois Irene, 88, 90, 93 

Pollack, Sylvia L., 19 



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Porter, Harry, 97 
Post, William Reyman, 95 
Powell, Albert Milton, Jr., 96 
Powell, Jack Hanson, Jr., 95 
Proctor, Donald F., 38 
Proctor, Samuel E., 18, 25 
Pushkin, Benjamin, 12 

Queen, J. Emmett, 18, 31, 34, 62 

Raby, William T., 22, 23 

Rasch, George Chesley, Jr., 95 

Raskin, Herbert Alfred, 96 

Raskin, Howard Frank, 97 

Raskin, M., 30, 36 

Rathbun, Howard K., 38 

Rawlins, John Calvin, 88, 90, 93 

Reahl, Joseph E., Z2> 

Reeder, J. Dawson, 8 

Reese, Frederick M., 18, 28, 80 

Reese, J. G. M., 8, 11, 20, 21, 37, 77, 78 

Reifschneider, Charles A., 8, 10, 37, 68, 70, 71. 76 

Reifschneider, Herbert E., 15, 56, 69, 70 

Reimann, Dexter L., 13, 59, 64 

Reisch, Milton, 23, 88, 89, 90, 93 

Reiter, Ralph Alan, 88, 90, 93 

Reiter, Robert A., 15, 61, 63 

Rennie, Thomas A. C, 37 

Revell, Samuel T. R., 18, 61 

Rhyne, Jimmic Lee, 96 

Ribet, James Ernest, 95 

Rich, Benjamin S., 13, 26, 30, 36, 39, 72, 74 

Richards, Esther L., 37 

Riddel, Clifford Thurston, Jr., 97 

Ridgely, I. O., 12, 29, 34, 69 

Riely, Compton, 8, 10, 21, 72 

Rienhoff, William F., 13, 29, 69, 71 

Ries, A. F., 100 

Rigdon, Henry L., 18, 69 

Riley, Robert Annan, Jr., 88, 90, 93 

Robben, John O., 18, 19, 22, 70, 75, 77 

Roberts, James Alvin, 3Z, 88, 90 93 

Robinson, Daniel R., 15, 29, 34, 69 

Robinson, Harry M., Jr., 12, 25, 26, 61, 71 

Robinson, Harry M., Sr., 8, 10, 21, 26, 39, 71, 76 

Robinson, Ida Marian, 41 

Rockwell, Alice J., 24 

Rodriguez, Edsel Antonio, 96 

Roehrig, Charles Burns, 97 

Rogers, Harry L., 8, 11, 30, 34, 39, 72 

Rogers, Joseph Megeath, 95 

Rogers, Ralph Peel, Jr., 97 

Roop, Donald J., 18, 31 

Rosenberg, Selma, 25 

Rossber^, Robert C, 23, 88, 90, 93 

Rosser, John Hays, 95 

Rothschild, Stanford, Z., 7 

Rovelstad, Howard, 41 

Rowland, J. M. H., 8 

Rubin, Seymour W., 18, 59 

Rudolph, Robert Lee, 96 

Russell, T. Edgie, 27, 78 

Russell, T. Edgie, Jr., 18 



Ruzicka, F. Frederick, 25 

Ry.sanck, William J., Jr., 18, 32, 35, 79 

Sachs, Sidney Herman, 95 

Sacks, Milton S., 8, 12, 24, 59, 60, 64, 100 

Sacks, Sidney, 88, 90, 93 

Salvati, Eugene Philip, 95 

Sarewitz, Albert Bernard, 97 

Sargent, George F., 100 

Saurwald, Mary J., 19, 59 

Savage, John E., 12, 21, 37, 77, 78 

Sayles, Harold A., 20 

Scarborough, Clarence P., 18, 25, 77 

Schaefcr, John F., 15, 29, 34, 69 

Schalk, Walter Elmer, 97 

Schapiro, Joseph Solomon, 95 

Scher, Jordan, Mayer, 97 

Scherr, Merle Sundrell, 96 

Schmale, Arthur Henry, Jr., 97 

Schmidt, Emil G., 8, 11, 58 

Schmitz, W. J., 18, 31, 66 

Schnaper, Nathan, 97 

Schnitzker, William Frederic, 95 

Schorr, Rashi, 97 

Schreiber, Richard David, 97 

Schultz, Kathryn L., 15, 24, 65 

Schumacker, Harris B., Jr., 37 

Schwartz, Benson Charles, 96 

Schwartz, Theodore A., 15, 30, 36, 72 

Schwalm, Charlotte, 32 

Scott, Earle S., 18, 25, 66 

Scott, Harry Baty, 95 

Scott, Minette E., 100 

Seabold, William M., 13, 20, 25, 31, 38, 66, lOD 

Seegar, J. King B. E., Jr., 18. 27, 78 

Seigman, Edwin L., 22, 23 

Seliger, R. V., 39 

Sendelback, Miss Bertha, 39 

Senning, Frederick, Stephen, 95 

Serra, Lawrence M., 15, 37, 61 

Settle, \\illiam B., 13, 25, 26, 56, 69, 70, 71 

Sevcik, Charles V., 24 

Sewell, James Anderson, 88, 90, 93 

Shackelford, Richard T., 12, 29, 34, 69 

Shallenberger, Frank Anthony, Jr., 23, 88, 90, 93 

Shapiro, A. Albert, 15, 26, 71 

Sharrctts, Kenneth C, 33 

Shaw, John Hill, 95 

Shear, Joseph, 95 

Sheehan, Joseph C, 18, 32, 35, 79 

Shell, John Robert, 96 

Shelley, Harry S., 13, 21, 26 

Sheppard, Robert C, 15, 69 

Sherrard, Margaret Lee, 97 

Shiling, M. S., 15, 61 

Shipley, Arthur M., 8, 9, 10, 20, 37, 39, 68, 100 

Shipley, Dorothy K., 19, 59 

Shipley, E. Roderick, 18, 22, 69, 71 

Shochat, Albert J., 15, 24, 64 

Shock, Nathan, 38 

Shulman, Melvin, 95 

Silber, Earle, 95 

Siegel, Isadore A., 12, 21, 77, 78 

Sills, David Nicholson, Jr., 33, 88, 90, 93 



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Silverman, Benjamin K., 96 

Silverstein, Daniel Lewis, 96 

Silverton, George, 18, 61 

Siwinski, Arthur G., 13, 27, 69, 75 

Siwinski, Thaddev.s Charles, 96 

Skitarelic, Benedict, 15 

Sraelscr, Rcnnert Marquette, 96 

Smith, Charles Elliott, 97 

Smith, Dietrich Conrad, 8, 11, 57 

Smith, Edward Milton, Jr., 88, 90, 93 

Smith, Edward P., 12, 29, 31, 32, 35, 79, 100 

Smith, Edward Patrick, Jr., 33, 88, 91, 93 

Smith, Frederick B., 12, 31, 66, 100 

Smith, John Richard, Jr., 95 

Smith, Meredith Parks, 97 

Smith, R. Dale, 8, 12, 56 

Smith, Sol, 13, 31,34,60, 64 

Smith, W. Conwell, 100 

Smith, William H., 8, 11, 20, 60 

Snider, Kenneth Bruce, 98 

Snyder, Jerome, 18, 28, 80 

Snyder, June Linda, 18, 57 

Snyder, Samuel, 18, 25, 61 

Snyder, William Allen, 96 

Sosnowski, Andrew Raymond, Jr., 98 

Sowers, Edward Francis, 98 

Spangenberg, Harry Alan, Jr., 98 

Spear, Irving J., 8, 10, 20, 39, 67 

Spencer, Hugh R., 8, 9, 10, 2Q,l32, 39, 59, 100 

Spino, Pascal Daniel, 95 

Spittell, John Allen Jr., 98 

Sprunt, Thomas P., 8, 10, 20, 24, 30, 60 

Spurrier, O. Walter, 31, 35 

Stahl, Robert Ray, 96 

Stabler, Earlin John, 98 

Stallard, Clinton Wolfe, Jr., 88. 91, 93 

Stanfield, Elwin Eugene, 98 

Starkey, Nell, 96 

Startzman, Henry HoUingsworth, Jr., 96 

Steckler, Robert Joseph, 98 

Stedem, Anthony F., Jr., 33 

Stegmaier, James G., 33 

Stein, Elizabeth Jane, 98 

Stein, Milton, 34 

Steinmueller, Karl J., 15 

Stenstrom, William Harold, 95 

Stevenson, Edward Ward, 98 

Stewart, Edwin H., Jr., 22, 23 

Stifler, William B., 38 

Stiles, Cleo D., 13, 26 

Stone, Robert L., 22, 23 

Strahan, Charles, Jr., 33 

Strahan, John Franklin, 98 

Strauss, George A., Jr., 12, 32, 35, 79 

Sussman, Harold, 95 

Swindell, Herbert Van Arden, 88, 91, 93 

Swink, Robert Landrum, 95 

Swisher, Kyle Young, Jr., 96 

Tanenbaum, Solomon, 18, 26 
Tappan, Benjamin, 39 
Tarr, Norman, 96 
Tarun William, 39 



Taussig, Helen M., 39 

Teitelbaum, Harry A., 15, 24, 38, 67 

Tenner, David, 15, 61 

Theuerkauf, Frank Joseph, Jr., 96 

Thomas, Clyde Dana, Jr., 96 

Thompson, Raynmond K., 23 

Thuss, William Getz, Jr., 96 

Tilley, Russell McFarlane, Jr., 98 

Timanus, James Kyner, 98 

Tipton, Dorsey R., 15 

Toby, Leon, 88, 89, 91, 93 

TonoUa, E. H., 13, 24, 60 

Touhey, T. J., 18, 29, 69 

Toulson, W. Houston, 8, 10, 20, 21, 26, 38, 73 

Townshend, Wilfred H., Jr., 18, 19, 25 

Traband, John H., 12, 66 

Tramer, Arnold, 98 

Trench, James McKechan, 95 

Trettin, Gene Douglas, 98 

Trimble, I. Ridgeway, 12, 29, 34, 37, 69 

Triplett, W. H., 18, 61 

Trout, Hugh H., Jr., 18 

Truitt, Ralph P., S, 11, 20, 24, 65 

TuU, Myron G., 14, 67 

Tumminello, S. A., 31 

Tunney, Robert B., 18, 32, 35, 79 

Turner, Philip C, 7 

Tydings, Millard E., 7 

Uhlenhuth, Eduard, 8, 10, 56 

Ullrich, Henry F., 8, 11, 21, 26, 38, 69, 71, 72 

Valderas, Jose Gervasio, 95 

VandeGrift, William D., 15, 59 

Vaughn, James Anderson, Jr., 23,'88,[91, 93 

Vazzana, Hugh D., 22, 23 

Venable, Sidney Johnson, Jr., 95 

Veronica, Sister M., 29 

Vincent, Sister M., 29 

Volhner, Frederick J., 31, 34, 62 

Voshell, Allen Fiske, 8, 10, 20, 21, 23, 25. 38, 39, 71. 72 

Vyner, Harold L., 24, 38 

Waghelstein, Julius M., 38 

Wagner, John A., 13, 19, 59, 64, 75, 100 

Wagner, Philip S., 16, 65 

Waknitz, Frederick W., 18 

Walker, James H., 22, 23 

Walker, W. Wallace, 12, 56, 69, 70 

Waller, William K., 18, 61 

Walsh, Frank B., 38 

Walters, Hesekiah G., Jr., 96 

Walton, Henry J., 8, 39 

Waltz, Robert Claude, 95 

Ward, Grant E., 8 11, 1, 27, 38, 68, 75. 76 

Ware, Charles Ingersoll, 96 

Warner, C. Gardner, 8, 11, 32, 37, 59, 100 

Warnock, Robert George, 98 

Warthen, William H. F., 12, 67 

Waterman, Roger Sherman, 96 

Watson, Frank Yandle, 98 

Weeks, William Earl, 18, 25, 66 

Weiland, Glenn S., 12 

Weitzman, Elliott Lionel, 88, 91, 93 



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Welch, Elbert Sylvester, 98 
Welch, Hugh J., 31 
Wells, Gibson J., 16, 25, 66 
Wentz, Irl Jesse, 88, 91, 93 
Wheeler, Robert Lcland, 98 
White, John Phillips, III, 95 
Whitehead, Hugh G., 16, 61, 64 
Whitehorn, Clark Allan, 96 
Whitehurst, Mrs. John L., 7 
Wich, J. Carlton, 18, 25, 66 
Wilder, Milton J., 16, 26, 38, 39, 72 
Wilfson, Daniel, Jr., 18, 61, 63 
Wilkerson, Albert R., 18. 69 
Wilkerson, J. Herbert, 11, 76 
Wilkins, Jesse L., H 
Wilkins, Mabel, 24 
Williams, Huntington, 8, 10, 67 
Williams, James Delbert, 95 
Williams, Johnny Elbert, 95 
Williams, William Augustus, Jr., 98 
Wilson, Benjamin James, 95 
Wilson, John Dean, 96 
Wilson, Julia E., 41 
Winokur, George, 95 
Winship, Emma, 23 
Wise, Walter D., 8, 10. 29, 68, 71 



Wisong, Mrs. Georgiana, 39 

Wolfe, Carolyn DeWitt, 98 

Wolfe, Walter Mcllhaney, Jr., 88, 91, 93 

Wolfe, William D.. 30, 35 

Wolfif, Thomas C, 8, 12, 30, 34, 60, 63 

WoUenwebcr, Henry L., 16 

Womack, William Spengler, 96 

Wood, Austin H.. 13, 73, ICO 

WooUey, Lawrence P., 11 

Workman, Joseph Berkeley, 23, 88, 91, 93 

Wright, Robert B., 8, 11, 59 

Wylie, H. Boyd. 8. 9, 10, 20, 58, 100, 101 

Yeager, Clark H., 14, 60, 63 

Yeager, George H., 8, 11, 23, 25, 37, 69, 71 

Young, Alexander William, Jr., 88, 91, 93 

Young, Asa D., 12. 32, 80 

Young, John Paul, 95 

Young, Richard Atlee, 88, 91, 93 

Zapf, Mrs. Evelyn Byrd, 39 
Zeligmafi, Israel, 16, 71 
Zimmerman, Miss Muriel, 39 
Zinn, Waitman F., 8, 10, 29, 30, 36, 72, 73 
Zupnik, Howard L., 18, 29, 34, 70 
Zuravin, Meyer H., 29, 34 




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Calendar 4 

Calendar for 1947-1948 5 

Organization 7 

Board of Regents 7 

Faculty of Medicine 8 

Fellows 19 

University Hospital 19 

Executive Committee 19 

Hospital Staff 20 

Resident and Intern Staff 21 

Dispensary Staff 23 

Dispensary Report 27 

Mercy Hospital 28 

Hospital Staff 28 

Resident and Intern Staff 32 

Dispensary Staff 32 

Dispensary Report 35 

Baltimore City Hospitals — Staff 36 

Keman Hospital — Staff 37 

The School of Medicine 38 

History 38 

Buildings and Facilities 39 

Requirements for Admission 44 

Application 44 

Minimum Requirements 44 

Combined Course in Arts and Sci- 
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State Medical Student Qualifying Cer- 
tificates 46 

Definition of Residence Status 46 

Current Fees 47 

Rules for Payment of Fees 47 

Penalty for Non-Payment of Fees 47 

Reexamination Fee 47 

Maintenance and Service Fee 48 

Personal Expenses 48 

Student Health Service 48 

General Rules 49 

Prizes 51 

Scholarships 51 

Loan Funds 54 

Organization of the Curriculum 54 

Anaesthesiology 80 

Art as Applied to Medicine 81 

Bacteriolog>' and Immunology 57 

Biological Chemistry 58 

Clinical Pathology 63 

Dentistry 75 



Dermatology 71 

First Aid 76 

Gastro-Enterology 64 

Genito-Urinary Surgery 73 

Gross Anatomy 55 

Gynecology 78 

Histology and Embryology 56 

History of Medicine 80 

Hygiene and PubUc Health 67 

Industrial Medicine and Surgery .... 76 

Legal Medicine 67 

Medicine 60 

Neuro-Anatomy 57 

Neurological Surgery 74 

Neurology 66 

Obstetrics 77 

Oncology 75 

Ophthalmology 79 

Orthopaedic Surgery 71 

Otology 74 

Pathology 59 

Pediatrics 65 

Pharmacology 58 

Physiology 57 

Plastic Surgery 76 

Postgraduate Courses 81 

Proctology 73 

Psychiatry 64 

Rhinology and Laryngology 72 

Roentgenology 80 

Surgery 67 

Schedules of Courses 83 

Graduates, June 7, 1947 89 

Internships, Graduates of June 7, 

1947 91 

Matriculates, September 5, 1946 to June 

7, 1947 93 

Summary of Students, September 5, 1946 

to June 7, 1947 100 

Geographical Distribution of Students, 

September 5, 1946 to June 7, 1947 100 
College Sources of Students, September 

5, 1946 to June 7, 1947 101 

Medical Alumni Association 102 

Endowment Fund 102 

University of Mar>'land School of 

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Jvlercy Hospital School of Nursing 104 

Index of Names 105 



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CALENDAR 
Academic Year — September 18, 1947 to June 5, 1948 



1947 
September 10, 11, 12 



Re-examinations for advancement 



FIRST SEMESTER— September 18, 1947 to January 24, 1948 



September 16 Tuesday 

September 17 Wednesday 

September 18 Thursday 

November 26 Wednesday 



December 1 
December 20 

1948 
January 5 
January 19 

to 
January 24 



January 26 
February 21 
February 23 
February 24 
March 24 

AprUl 
May 10 
May 17 
May 24 

May 29 
June 5 



Monday 
Saturday 



Monday 
Monday 

Saturday 



*Registration, payment of fees, freshmen and sophomores 
*Registration and payment of fees by all other students 
Instruction begins at 8:30 A.M. 
Instruction suspended at 5:00 P.M. 

Thanksgiving Holidays 
Instruction resumed 
Instruction suspended at 2:00 P.M. 
Christmas Holidays 

Instruction resumed 
Midyear examinations, all classes 
*Payment of fees for second semester 
First semester completed 2:00 P.M. 



SECOND SEMESTER— January 26 to June 5, 1948 

Monday Instruction begms at 8:30 A.M. 

Saturday Instruction suspended at 2:00 P.M. 

Monday Holiday — Washington's Birthday 

Tuesday Instruction resumed 

Wednesday Instruction suspended at 5:00 P.M. 

Easter Holidays 
Thursday Instruction resumed 
Monday Senior examinations begin 

Monday Junior examinations begin 

Monday Junior examinations continue 

Sophomore and Freshmen examinations begin 
Saturday .\nnouncement of graduates 

Saturday Commencement at 11:00 A.M. 

Second semester completed at 12:30 P.M. 



PARTIAL CALENDAR FOR 1948-1949 



September 8, 9, 10 
September 14 Tuesday 



September 15 
September 16 



Wednesday 
Thursdav 



Re-examinations for advancement 
*Registration and payment of fees by freshmen and 

sophomores 
*Registration and pa>Tnent of fees by all other students 

Instruction begins at 8:30 A.M. 



* A student who fails to register prior to or within the day or days specified will be 
called upon to pay a late registration fee of five dollars ($5.00). The last day of registra- 
tion with fee added to regular charges is Saturday of the week in which registration begins. 

The offices of the registrar and comptroller are open daily from 9:00 A.M. to 5 : 00 P.M., 
and Saturday from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon. 



ORGANIZATION 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
Harry Clifton Byrd, B.S., LL.D., D.Sc, President and Executive Officer 



BOARD OF REGENTS 

William P. Cole, Jr., Chairman Baltimore 

Thomas R. Brookes, Vice-Chairman Bel Air 

Stanford Z. Rothschild, Secretary Baltimore 

J. Mllton Patterson, Treasurer Baltimore 

E. Paul Knotts Denton 

Glenn L. Martin Baltimore 

Charles P. McCormick Baltimore 

Harry H. Nuttle Denton 

Philip C. Turner Baltimore 

Millard E. Tydings Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. John L. Whitehurst Baltimore 



Term Expires 

. . 1949 

. . 1952 

. . 1952 

. . 1953 

. . 1954 

. . 1951 

. . 1948 

. . 1950 

. . 1950 

. . 1951 

. . 1947 



Members of the Board are appointed by the Governor of the State for terms of 
nine years each, beginning the first Monday in June. 

The President of the University of Maryland is, by law, Executive Officer of the 
Board. 

A regular meeting of the Board is held the third Friday in each month, except 
during the months of July and August. 

Each school has its own Faculty Council, composed of the Dean and members 
of its faculty; each Faculty Council controls the internal affairs of the group it 
represents. 

The University has the following educational organizations: 



At Baltimore 

The School of Dentistry 
The School of Law 
The School of Medicine 
The School of Nursing 
The School of Pharmacy 
The College of Education 
(Baltimore Division) 

At College Park 

The College of Agricultural 
The^;College of Arts and Sciences 



The College of Business and Public 

Administration 
The College of Commerce 
The College of Education 
The College of Engineering 
The College of Home Economics 
The Graduate School 
The Department of Military 

Science and Tactics 
The Department of Physical 

Education and Recreation 
The Summer School 



8 



TBE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

EMERITI 

J. Frank Ckouch, M.D Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and Otology, Emeritus 

Harry Friedenwald, A.B., M.D.,D.H.L., D.Sc. .Professor of Ophthalmology, Emeritus 

William S. Gardner, M.D Professor of Gynecology, Emeritus 

J. M. H. Rowland, M.D., D.Sc, LL.D. 

Professor of Obstetrics, Emeritus; Dean, Emeritus 

J. Dawson Reedee, M.D Professor of Proctology, Emeritus 

Henry J. Walton, M.D Professor of Roentgenology, Emeritus 

Page Edmunds, M.D Professor of Traumatic Surgery, Emeritus 

Ruth Lee Briscoe Librarian, Emeritus 

Albertus Cotton, M.A., M.D.. .Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, and Roentgenology, 

Emeritus 

William Tarun, M.D Professor of Ophthalmolog>', Emeritus 

Joseph E. Gichner, M.D Professor of Clinical Medicine and Physical Therapeutics, 

Emeritus 

Harvey G. Beck, M.D., D.Sc Professor of Clinical Medicine, Emeritus 

Irving J. Spear, M.D Professor of Neurology, Emeritus 

FACULTY BOARD 
H. Boyd Wylie, Acting Dean 



William R. Amberson 
Franklin B. Anderson 
Rubert S. Anderson 
James G. Arnold, Jr. 
Thomas B. Aycock 
Walter A. Baetjer 
Charles Bagley, Jr. 
J. McFarland Bergland 
Charles F. Blake 
Otto C. Brantigan 
Howard M. Bubert 
T. Nelson Carey 
C. Jelleff Carr 
Thomas R. Chambers 
Carl Dame Clarke 
Ross McC. Chapman 
Clyde A. Clapp 
Paul W. Clough 
Richard G. Coblentz 
Beverly C. Compton 
Charles N. Da\tdson 
Carl L. Davis 
Louis H. Douglass 
Frederick C. Dye 
C. Reid Edwards 



Monte Edwards 
Frank H. J. Figge 
Leon Freedom 
Edgar B. Friedenwald 
Thomas K. Galvin 
Moses Gellman 
Andrew C. Gilxjs 
Henry F. Gratf 
Frank W. Hachtel 
O. G. Harne 
Harold E. Harrison 
Cyrus F. Horine 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Elliott H. Hutchins 
Edward S. Johnson 

F. L. Jennings 
c. loring joslin 
Walter L. Kilby 
Edward A. Kitlowski 
Vernon E. Krall 
John C. Krantz, Jr. 
Louis A. M. Krause 
Kenneth D. Legge 
R. W. Locher 

G. Carroll Lockard 



Edward A. Looper 
William S. Love, Jr. 
John F. Lutz 
Stanley H. Macht 
Howard J. Maldeis 
N. Clyde Marvel 
Charles W. Maxson 
James C. Mc Alpine 
Zachariah Morgan 
Theodore H. Morrison 
Alfred T. Nelson 
Emil Novak 
Thomas R. O'Rourk 
Robert H. Oster 

C. W. Peake 

D. J. Pessagno 
H. R. Peters 
Maurice C. Pincoffs 
J. G. M. Reese 
Charles A. 

Reifschneider 
Dexter L. Reimann 
Compton Riely 
Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 
Harry L. Rogers 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 



Milton S. Sacks 
Emil G. Schmidt 
Arthur M. Shipley 
Dietrich C. Smith 
R. Dale Smith 
WiLLLAM H, Smith 
Hugh R. Spencer 



Thomas P. Sprunt 
W. Houston Toulson 
Ralph P. TRmrr 
Eduard Uhlenhuth 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Allen F. Voshell 
John A. Wagner 
Grant E. Ward 



C. Gardner Warn'er 
Huntington Willlams 
Walter D. Wise 
Thomas C. Wolff 
Robert B. Wright 
George H. Yeager 
Waitman F. Zinn 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE FACULTY 
H. Boyd Wylie, Acting Dean 



Louis H. Douglas 
Charles Reid Edwards 
Frank W. Hachtel 



J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Maurice C. Pincoffs 
Arthur M. Shipley 



Hugh R. Spencer 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

PROFESSORS 

William R. Amberson, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology. ^ 

Thomas B. Aycock, B.S., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D., Professor of Neurological Surgery. 

Charles F. Blake, M.A., M.D., Professor of Proctolog}\ 

Otto C. Brantigan, B.S., M.D., Professor of Surgical Anatomy, Associate Professor of 
Surgery. 

T. Nelson Carey, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine^ and Physician in Charge of Med- 
ical Care of Students. 

Ross McC. Chapman, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry. 

Clyde A. Clapp, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology, 

Richard G. Coblentz, M.A., M.D., Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery. 

Carl L. Davis, M.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

Price M. Dorsey, D.D.S., Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Louis H. Douglass, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics. 



It is to be noted that for convenience of reference the names of the mem- 
bers of tlie Faculty are listed in the forepart of this catalogue in alphabetical 
order. The names are listed in order of seniority under each preclinical and 
clinical department of the school on subsequent pages. 

On the lists of the Faculty of Medicine and Fellows and the Hospital and Dispensary 
staffs are given the names and positions assigned during the period July 1, 1946 to June 30, 
1947 unless otherwise indicated. Changes are noted as follows: 

^ Appointments effective July 1, 1947. 

2 Promotions effective July 1, 1947, 

^ Resignations effective July 1, 1947. 

* On leave, effective July 1, 1947. 

* Deaths. 

^ On leave, Sabbatical, May 16-November 15, 1947. 



10 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Charles Reid Edwards, M.D., Professor of Surger>'. 

Monte Edwards, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 

Frank H. J. Figge, Ph.D., Professor of Experimental Anatomy. ^ 

H. K. Fleck, M.D., Clinical Professor of Ophthahnology. 

Edgar B. Friedenwald, M.D., Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 

Thomas K. Galvin, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gynecology. 

Andrew C. GilKs, M.A., M.D., LL.D., Professor of Neurology. 

Frank W. Hachtel, M.D., Professor of Bacteriology. 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr., M.A., M,D., Professor of Gynecology. 

Elliott H. Hutchins, M.A., M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

F, L. Jennings, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

C. Loring Joslin, M.D,, Professor of Pediatrics. 
Walter L. Kilby, M.D., Professor of Roentgenology. 

Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D., Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery. 

John C. Krantz, Jr., Ph.D., D.Sc, Professor of Pharmacology. 

Louis A. M. Krause, M.D., Professor of Clinical ISIedicine.^ 

Kenneth D. Legge, M.D., Professor of Clinical Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

G. Carroll Lockard, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Edward A. Looper, M.D., D.Oph., Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology. 

Theodore H. Morrison, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 

Thomas R. O'Rourk, M.D., Clinical Professor of Otology, Associate Professorjof Rhinology 

and Lar>'ngology.2 
Robert H. Oster, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology, School of Dentistry. 

D. J. Pessagno, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

H. Raymond Peters, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Maurice C. Pincoffs, B.S., M.D., Professor of Medicine. 

Charles A. Reifschneider, M.D., Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery. 

Compton Riely, M.D., Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Harry L. Rogers, M.D., Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. ^ 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr., M.D., Professor of Dermatology. 

Emil G. Schmidt, Ph.D., LL.B., Professor of Biological Chemistry. 

Arthur M. Shipley, M.D., D.Sc, Professor of Surgery. 

Hugh R. Spencer, M.D., Professor of Pathology. 

Thomas P. Sprunt, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

W. Houston Toulson, M.Sc, M.D., Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Ralph P. Truitt, M.D., Professor of Clinical Psychiatry .^ 

Eduard Uhlenhuth, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D., Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Huntington Williams, M.D., Dr. P.H., Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

Walter D. Wise, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

H. Boyd Wylie, M.D., Professor of Biological Chemistry and Acting Dean. 

Waitman F. Zinn, M.D., Clinical Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology. 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

Franklin B. Anderson, M.D., Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology, and 

Otology. 
James G. Arnold, Jr., M.D., Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery. 
Walter A. Baetjer, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

6 Promoted September 10, 1946. . 



FACULTY OP MEDICINE 11 

J. McFarland Bergland, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 

J. Edmund Bradley, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics.^'' 

H. M. Bubert, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine.^ 

C. Jelleff Carr, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pharmacology. 

Thomas R. Chambers, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Ca,rl Dame Clarke, M.A.^ Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Paul W. Clough, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Charles N. Davidson, M.D., Associate Professor of Roentgenology. 

Ross Davies, M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health.^ 

Frederick C. Dye, M.D., Associate Professor of Anaesthesiology. 

Edward C. Dobbs, D.D.S., Professor of Pharmacology, School of Dentistry. 

J. S. Eastland, M.D,, Associate Professor of Medicine.^ 

A. H. Finkelstein, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics.^ 

Leon Freedom, M.D., Associate Professor of Neurology. 

Moses Gellman, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

T. Campbell Goodwin, M.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics.' 

Lewis P. Gundry, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. ^ 

O. G. Hame, Associate Professor of Histology. 

Harold E. Harrison, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics.^ 

Horace Hodes, M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health.^ 

Cyrus F, Horine, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Harry C. Hull, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery.^ 

Albert Jaffe, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics.^ 

Edward S. Johnson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Hugh VV. Josephs, M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics.' 

Vernon D. Kaufman, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Vernon E. Krall, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Gross Anatomy.^ 

R. W. Locher, M.D., Associate Professor of Chnical Surgery. 

William S. Love, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Howard J. Maldeis, M.D., Associate Professor of Legal Medicine and Associate in Path- 
ology. 

N. Clyde Marvel, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Charles W. Maxson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

James G. McAlpine, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Bacteriology. 

Walter C. Merkel, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology .2 

H. W. Newell, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry.'^ 

Emil Novak, A.B., M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 

C. W. Peake, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

J. G. M. Reese, M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 

Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology,' 
Associate in Otology. 

Milton S. Sacks, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine^ and Head of Clinical Pathology, 
Associate in Pathology^ 

Dietrich Conrad Smith, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology.^ 

Frederick B. Smith, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics.^ 

4 On leave May 1, 1947 to April 30, 1948. 

^Appointed August 1, 1947. 

' Promoted September 10, 1946. 

^ On leave. Sabbatical, March 1- August 31, 1947. 



12 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

William H. Smith, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Henry F. Ullrich, M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Grant E. Ward, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery and Oral Surgery. 

C. Gardner Warner, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

William H. F. Warthen, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene & Public Health.' 

J. Herbert Wilkerson, M.D., Associate Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Thomas C. Wolff, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine.' 

Robert B. Wright, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

George H. Yeager, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 

Thurston R. Adams, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 

Rubert S. Anderson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology. 

H. F. Bongardt, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Leo Brady, A.B,, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Simon H. Brager, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Associate in Proctology. 

Edward F. Cotter, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine,^ Instructor in Neurology.* 

Francis A. Ellis, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology. 

Maurice Feldman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 

Wetherbee Fort, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.' 

Frank J. Geraghty, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.' 

Francis W. Gillis, M.D., Assistant Professor of Geni to-Urinary Surgery. 

Samuel S. Glick, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics.' 

Harry Goldsmith, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry.^ 

Albert E. Goldstein, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

Henry F. Graff, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology. 

Harry K. Iwamota, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 

H. Vernon Langeluttig, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.' 

John E. Legge, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.' 

Philip L. Lemer, Assistant Professor of Neurology.' 

Hans W. Loewald, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry.^ 

John F. Lutz, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Histology. 

Stanley H. Macht, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 

Howard B. Mays, M.D., Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery and Instructor in 

Pathology. 
Zachariah Morgan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
Samuel Morrison, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
Harry M. Murdock, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
George McLean, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Alfred T. Nelson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Anaesthesiology.'* 
James W. Nelson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
M. Alexander Novey, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 
Dexter L. Reimann, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology,' Assistant in Medicine.' 
I. O. Ridgely, M.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Harry M. Robinson, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Associate in 

Medicine.' 
John E. Savage, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 

« Promoted January 1, 1947. 
^Appointed September 1, 1946. 
'Appointed April 1, 1947. 



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Richard T, Shackelford, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Isadore A. Siegel, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 

Edward P. Smith, M.D., Ph.G., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

R. Dale Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Gross Anatomy. 

Sol Smith, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.' 

John H. Traband, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. ^ 

J. Ridgeway Trimble, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

John A. Wagner, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology^ and Neuropathology/ 

Assistant in Medicine. 
Phihp S. Wagner, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry,^ 
W. Wallace Walker, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 
Glenn S. Weiland, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry.' 
Theodore E. Woodward, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine.^ 
Asa D. Young, M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 

ASSOCIATES 

Conrad B. Acton, M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

Marie A. Andersch, Ph.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

Margaret B. Ballard, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Donald J. Bamett, M.D., Associate in Roentgenology. ^ 

Eugene S. Bereston, A.B., M.D., Associate in Dermatology.' 

Dudley P. Bowe, A.B., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics.' 

Kenneth B. Boyd, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology and Assistant in Obstetrics. 

M. Paul Byerly, M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

Beverley C. Compton, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

W. A. H. Councill, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

E. Eugene Covington, M.D., Associate in Surgical Anatomy and Surgery. 

Francis G. Dickey, M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

D. McClelland Dixon, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics and Instructor in Pathology. 

John C. Dumler, B.S., M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

William W. Elgin, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry. 

J. J. Erwin, M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Houston Everett, M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

L. K. Fargo, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

William L. Fearing, M.D., Associate in Neurolog>^2 

Jerome Fineman, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics.^ 

Samuel L. Fox, M.D., Associate in Rhinology, Laryngology and Otology. ^ 

Irving Freeman, M.D., Associate in Medicine.' 

George Govatos, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Raymond F. Helfrich, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

W. Grafton Herspberger, M.D., Associate in Medicine.' 

John T. Hibbitts, M.D., Associate in G>Tiecology. 

John F. Hogan, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Z. Vance Hooper, M.D., Associate in Gastro-Enterology. 

CleweU Howell, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Meyer W. Jacobson, M.D., Associate in Medicine.' 

Joseph V. Jerardi, B.S., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

8 Promoted September 10, 1946. 
' Appointed September 1, 1947. 



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D, Frank Kaltreider, A.B., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 
Arthur Karfgin, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

Fayne A. Kayser, M.D., Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology. ^ 
Joseph I. Kemler, M.D., Associate in Ophthalmolog}-. 

F. Edwin Knowles, Jr., M.D., Associate in Ophthalmology. 

Frederick R. Kyper, M.D., D.Sc, Associate in Rhinology, Laryngology,* and Broncho- 
scopy,^ Instructor in Otology.^ 
C. Edward Leach, M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 
Samuel Legum, ^LD., Associate in Medicine.^ 
Luther E. Little, M.D., Associate in Surgery. 
Ephraim T. Lisansky, M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 
H. Edmund Levin, B.S., M.D., Associate in Bacteriology, Instructor in Medicine.' 

G. Bowers Mansdorfer, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
I. H. Maseritz, M.D., Associate in Orthopaedic Surger}'.^ 
Lyle J. Millan, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Frank K. Morris, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology, Instructor in Obstetrics. 

W. Raymond McKenzie, M.D., Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

Hugh B. McXally, B.S., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Frank N. Ogden, M.D., Associate in Biological Chemistry.^ 

Robert A. Reiter, M.D., Associate in Medicine. ^ 

Samuel T. R. Revell, M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

William F. Rienhoff, Jr., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Henry L. Rigdon, M.D., Associate in Surgery ,2 Assistant in Surgical Anatomy.^ 

Kath>Tn L. Schultz, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry.^ 

Theodore A. Schwartz, M.D., Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology.* 

William M. Seabold, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Lawrence M. Serra, M.D., Associate in Medicine. ^ 

WiUiam B. Settle, M.D., Associate in Surgery, Instructor in Surgical Anatomy. 

A. Albert Shapiro, B.S., M.D., Associate in Dermatology.* 

Arthur G. Siwinski, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Benedict Skitarelic, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pathology,* Assistant m Medicine.' 

E. H. Tonolla, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
William K. Waller, M.D., Associate in Medicine.* 
Gibson J. Wells, M.D., Associate in Pediatrics.* 

Austin H. Wood, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 
Israel Zeligman, A.B., M.D., Associate in Dermatology.* 

LECTURERS 

Jonas Friedenwald, M.A., M.D., Lecturer in Ophthalmic Pathology. 

Charles R. Goldsborough, M.A., M.D., Lecturer in Medicine.^ 

Leonard Karel, Ph.D., Lecturer in Pharmacology.^ 

Stephen Krop, Ph.D., Lecturer in Pharmacology.^ 

Leslie B. Hohman, M.D., Lecturer in Psychiatry.^ 

Joseph M. Miller, M.D., Lecturer in Surgery. 

Myron G. Tull, A.B., M.D., M.P.H., Lecturer in Hygiene and PubUc Health.' 

INSTRUCTORS 

A. Russell Anderson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Leon Ashman, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.* 

6 Promoted September 10, 1946. 



FACULTY OP MEDICINE 15 

Carl E. Bailey, D.D.S., Instructor in Prosthetic Dentistry, School of Dentistry. 

John Z. Bowers, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 

Harry C. Bowie, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 

Thomas S. Bowyer, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Obstetrics. 

George H. Brouillet, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Ann Virginia Brown, A.B., Instructor in Biological Chemistry. 

Samuel H. Bryant, A.B., D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Diagnosis, School of Dentistry. 

Henry F. Buettner, M.D,, Instructor in Bacteriology.^ 

Harold H. Bums, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Lucile J. Caldwell, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

Timothy A. Callahan, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 

Mary E. Chinn, A.B., Instructor in Physiology. 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Stuart G. Coughlan, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

J. G. N. Gushing, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

John R. Davis, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 

B. Matthew Debuskey, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. ^ 

W. Allen Deckert, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Surgery. 

William K. Diehl, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Everett S. Diggs, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Ernest S. Edlow, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Philip D. Fl>Tin, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

William L. Garlick, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Jason H. Gaskel, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery.^ 

Samuel J. Hankin, M.D. Instructor in Medicine.^ 

E. M. Hanrahan, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Alvin J. Hartz, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.* 
Mary L. Hayleck, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 
Robert F. Healy, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 
William G. Helfrich, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Benjamin Highstein, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

F. A. Holden, M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 
Mark B. Hollander, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 
Helen A. Horn, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology.^ 
Calvin Hyman, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Conrad L. Inman, D.D.S., Consulting Dentist, School of Dentistry. 

Benjamin H. Isaacs, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

William R. Johnson, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Edward S. Kallins, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

WiUiam H. Kammer, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 

Clyde F. Kams, B.S., Instructor in Surgery. 

Lester N. Kolman, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

A. Kremen, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Louis J. KroU, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 

Milton C. Lang, M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Arnold F. Lavenstein, Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Kurt Levy, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Joseph H. Marshall, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry.^* 

^ Resigned September 27, 1946. 
6« Promoted September 10, 1946. 



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Karl F. Mech, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gross Anatomy/ and Pathology.^ 

Israel P. Meranski, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics.^ 

R. B. MitcheU, Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.' 

J. Duer Moores, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surger>'. 

J. Huff Morrison, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics.^ 

S. Edwin Muller, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 

Joseph E. Muse, Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. ^ 

Ruth Musser, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacology. 

John A. Myers, M.E.E., M.D., Instructor in Medicine, Assistant in Gastro-Enterology. 

Francis J. McLaughlin, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Samuel Novey, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

M. Paul Padget, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

William A. Parr, M.D., Instructor in Otology. 

Richard H. Pembroke, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry/ 

Eugene L. Pessagno, A.B., D.D.S., Instructor in Operative Surger>% School of Dentistry. 

Leslie H. Pierce, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.' 

Samuel E. Proctor, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery.^ 

Herbert E. Reifschneider, A.B,, M.D., Instructor in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 

Daniel R. Robinson, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Seymour W. Rubin, M.D., Instructor in Pathology.^ 

John F. Schaefer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Robert C. Sheppard, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

M. S. Shiling, A.B., M.D., D.Sc, Instructor in Medicine.' 

Albert J. Shochat, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gastro-Enterology. 

Harry A. Teitelbaum, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Neurology.' 

David Tenner, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Lewis C. Toomey, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry.* 

Wilfred H. Townshend, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.* 

William D. VandeGrift, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Harold L. Vyner, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry.''* 

Frederick J. Vollmer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.' 

Hugh G. Whitehead, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.' 

Milton J. Wilder, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Daniel Wilfson, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.' 

ASSISTANTS 

J. Warren -\lbrittain, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.' 

Harry McB. Beck, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Robert Z. Berry, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology/ Assistant in 

Surgery.' 
Henry A. Briele, M.D., Assistant in Surgery.' 
Joseph G. Bird, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pharmacology.* 
William J. Bryson, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pathology.* 
A. V. Buchness, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 



* Appointed January 1, 1947. 
' Appointed September 5, 1946. 
^'Appointed September 10, 1946. 
'Appointed May 1, 1947. 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 17 

Paul E. Carliner, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

John \V. Chambers, M.D., Assistant in Surgery, and NeurologicaJ Surgery.^ 

L. T. Chance, M.D., .\ssistant in Surger>'. 

Robert F. Chenowith, M.D., Assistant in Surgery.' 

Joseph M. Cordi, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 

Samuel H. Culver, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Raymond M. Cunningham, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surger>', and Proctology.* 

Preston R. Cutler, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery-. 

Edwin O. Daue, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery .^ 

Nachman Davidson, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.' 

E. Hollister Davis, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

George H. Davis, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

John B. DeHoff, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

William A. Dodd, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

WilHam C. Duflfy, A.B., M.D., Assistant in G\Tiecology. 

William C. Dunnigan, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Morris A. Fine, M.D., Assistant in Medicine and Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Herbert M. Foster, M.D., Assistant in Surgery .^ 

Audrey M. Funk, A.B., Assistant in Medicine. 

L. Calvin Gareis, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.^ 

William R. Geraghty, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgerj'. 

Robert L. Gibbs, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

H. L. Granoff, A.B., M.D., .■\ssistant in Gynecology. 

Wilham H. Grenzer, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

Joseph B. Gross, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

John S. Haines, M.D., Assistant in Genito-Urinarv' Surgery.^ 

Donald B. Hebb, M.D., Assistant in Surgery and Proctology.' 

Oscar Hartman, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.^ 

John S. Haught, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Thomas A. Hedrick, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.' 

L. Ann Hellen, B.S., Assistant in Medicine. 

James W. Hendrick, M.D., Assistant in Surgery, and Plastic Surgery.* 

John H. Hirschfeld, M.D., Assistant in Rhinology and Lar>Tigology. 

John V. Hopkins, M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Rollin C. Hudson, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Jaroslav Hulla, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.' 

WiUiam C. Humphries, M.D., Assistant in Rhinolog>' and Laryngology.* 

Jacob R. Jensen, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.' 

Hugh Jewett, M.D., Assistant in Genito-Urinar>' Surgery. 

Harr\- F. Kane, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Melvin D. Kappelman, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

James R. Kams, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Lawrence Katzenstein, M.D., .Assistant in Medicine.' 

Lauriston L. Keown, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.* 

Irvin P. Klemkowski, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.' 

Charles W. Knerler, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.' 

Schuyler G. Kohn, B.S., M.D., .\ssistant in Obstetrics. 



Appointed November 1, 1946. 



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Alfred S. Lederman, Assistant in Gastro-Enterology. 

Frank E. Leslie, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.* 

Etta C. Link, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.* 

V. Hanvood Link, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

J. Douglas Lockard, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.* 

F. Ford Loker, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

H. Pearce Maccubbin, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

John W. Machen, M.D., Assistant in Neurology.' 

Helen I. Maginnis, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Charles B. Marek, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

A. Robert Marks, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Maxwell L. Mazer, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Robert B. Meams, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

George C. Medairy, M.D., Assistant in Neurology.' 

William A. Mitchell, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

John H. Morrison, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Howard B. McElwain, M.D,, Assistant in Surgery. 

John W. Osborne, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.* 

Frank J. Otanasek, M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery.* 

Margaret Virginia Palmer, A.M., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.' 

Patrick C. Phelan, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Ross Z. Pierpont, M.D., Assistant in Surgery,' and Surgical Anatomy. 

ISamuel E. Proctor, A.B,, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

J. Emmett Queen, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.' 

WiUiam T. Raby, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pathology.* 

Frederick M. Reese, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

John O. Robben, B.S., M.D,, Assistant in Plastic Surgery.' 

T. Edgie Russell, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

William J. Rysanek, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Clarence P. Scarborough, M.D., Assistant in Plastic Surgery. 

W. J. Schmitz, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.' 

Earle S. Scott, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.' 

J. King B. E. Seegar, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Kenneth C. Sharrets, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery.* 

Joseph C. Sheehan, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

E. Roderick Shipley, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

George Silverton, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.' 

Jerome Snyder, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 

June Linda Snyder, A.B., Assistant in Physiology. 

Samuel Snyder, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Walter Spurrier, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.* 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery and Plastic Surgery.* 

William J. Supik, M.D., Assistant in Proctology.* 

Adam Swiss, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.* 

Raymond K. Thompson, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery,' 

T, J. Touhey, M.D,, Assistant in Surgery, 

W. H. Triplett, M.D., Assistant in Medicine,' 

Robert B, Tunney, A,B., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Stephen J. Van Lill, HI, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.* 

Frederick J, VoUmer, B.S,, M,D,, Assistant in Medicine. 



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Sholom O. Waife, M.D., Assistant in Medicine, ^ 
William Earl Weeks, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
J. Carlton Wich, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Albert R. W^ilkerson, M.D., Assistant in Surger>'. 
Thomas L. Worsley, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 
Isaac C. Wright, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pathology.^ 
Howard L. Zupnik, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

FELLOWS 

Frederick K. Bell, Ph.D., U. S. Pharmacopoeia Fellow. 
Joseph G. Bird, A.B., M.D., Fellow in Pharmacology.^ 
R. Adams Cowley, M.D., Fellow in Surgery.^ 
Robert M. H. Crosby, M.D., Fellow in Neurological Surgery.^ 
Everett S. Diggs, B.S., M.D., Hitchcock Fellow in Gynecology.^ 
Nancy Jane Femeyhough — Fellow in Art as Applied to Medicine.' 
Elaine Gaby, A.B., Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology. 
Richard D. Grill, Fellow in Art as Applied to Medicine. 
James W. Hendrick, M.D., National Cancer Institute Trainee.^ 
Mary J. Sauenvald, A.B., Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology. 
George W. Smith, M.D., Hitchcock Fellow in Neurological Surgery.^ 
Carl Christian Stein — Fellow in Art as Applied to Medicine. ' 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., National Cancer Institute Trainee.^ 
Edward B. Truitt, B.S., Markle Fellow in Pharmacology.^ 
Hugh D. Vazzana, M.D., Fellow in Roentgenology.^ 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE STAFF 

H. Boyd Wylie, Acting Dean, 1 j. . 

Haeold a. Sayles, Acting Superintendent, ] -^ 

Alternates 
Beverly C. Compton, Chairman 
W. Houston Toulson, Vice Chairman 

Maurice C. Pincoffs T. Nelson Carey 

Arthur M. Shipley Charles Reid Edwards 

Louis H. Douglass J, G. M. Reese 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Clyde A. Clapp Henry F. Graff 

Edward A. Looper Thomas R. O'Rourk 

Walter L. Kilby Charles N. Davidson 

C. LORING JOSLIN J. EdMUNT) BrADLEY 

Allen Fiske Voshell 

Frederick C. Dye 

Hugh R. Spencer 

George H. Ye.\ger 

William M. Seabold, Secretary 



6 December 1, 1946 to June 30, 1947. 



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Physicians . 



Neurologists , 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 

Haeold a. Sayles, Acting Superintendent 
Physician-in-CJiief Maurice C. Pmcorrs 

WALTER A. BaETJER 

Thomas P, Sprunt 
John E. Legge 
Louis A. M. Krause 
G. Carroll Lockard 
Joseph E. Gichner 
William H, Smith 
William S. Love, Jr. 
T. Nelson Carey 

Gastro-Enterologist Zachariah R, Morgan 

Irving J. Spear 
Leon Freedom 
[Ross McC. Chapman 

Psychiatrists \ Ralph P. Truitt 

[ Harry M. Murdock 
C. Loring Joslin 
Albert Jaefe 

Pediatricians \]. Edmund Bradley 

A. H. FiNKELSTEIN 

William M. Seabold 

Palhologist Hugh R. Spencer 

Surgeon-in-Chief Arthur M. Shipley 

f Charles Reid Edwards 
■\ Thomas B. Aycock 
[Charles Bagley, Jr. 

Neurological Surgeons 'J Richard G. Coblentz 

[ James G. Arnold, Jr. 

{Edward A. Looper 
Franklin B. Anderson 
Thomas R. O'Rourk 

- . f Monte Edwards 

P"'''o''>l*''' \Tm,RSTON R. Abams 

f Allen Fiske Voshell 
Moses Gellman 
CoMPTON Reely 
Henry F. Ullrich 
W. Houston Toulson 

W. A. H. COUNCILL 
LyLE J. MiLLAN 

Howard B. Mays 
Brice M. Dorse y 
Vernon D. Kautman 
Samuel H. Bryant 
Edward C. Dobbs 
Lewis C. Toomey^ 
Eugene L. Pessagno 



Surgeons. 



Orthopaedic Surgons . 



Geniio-Urinary Surgeons. 
Dental Surgeon-in-Chief . 



Dentists. 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 21 

{Walter L. Kilby 
Charles N. Davidson 
Donald J. Barnett 
Dermatologist Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

, . „ , . /Francis A. Ellis^ 

'^"''""'' Dermatolos^s |jj^^ j^ Robd,-son, Jr.' 

Bronchoscopist Edward A. Looper 

Associaie Bronchoscopist Frederick T. Kyper^ 

Assistant Bronchoscopist John H. Hxrschteld^ 

Otologist Thomas R. O'Rourk 

, . , . [Frederick C. Dye 

AnaathesioUg^sts |_^^^^ ^ j^,^^^^ 

Louis H. Douglass 
Isadore a. Siegel 

Obstetricians ] J. G. M. Reese 

John E. Savage 
Hugh B. McNally 

{Clyde A. Clapp 
Hentiy F. Grapp 
F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 
f J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Gynecologists \ Leo Brady 

[Beverley C. Compton 

^ , . ^ f J. Mason Hltsdley, Jr. 

Oncologtsts \Gr.^-t E. Ward 

ANNUAL HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 

The following annual appointments are made to the University Hospital: 

Three Residents in Medicine Four Residents in Obstetrics 

Seven Residents in Surgery Two Residents in Pediatrics 

One Resident in Neurosurgery Two Residents in Roentgenology 

Three Residents in Gynecology Twenty-Four Rotating Interns 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 

July 1, 1947 to June 30, 1948 

RESIDENT STAFF 

A. Maynard Bacon, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

^Ruth W. Baldwin, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics^ 

Robert E. Bauer, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

William A. Burke, B.S., M.D., Resident in Pediatrics 

William L. Byerly, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery^ 

^Eugene C. Conts^er, M.D., Assistant Resident in Anaesthesiology 

Sarah Cook, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Richard J. Cross, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 

Walter L. Crouch, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Edwin O. Daue, Jr., B.S., M.D., Resident in Surgery 

' UntU October 31, 1947. 

* Beginning about September 15, 1947. 



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John B. Doenges, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
James L. Eavey, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 
John F. Gayle, M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology {assigned to Obstetrics) 
James H. Graves, B.S., M.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics {assigned to Gyne- 
cology) 
Ernest G. Guy, B.S., M.D., Resident in Medicine 
^GuNYON Harrison, M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Charles W. Hawkins, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
C. Hal Ingram, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Erwin R. Jen^nlngs, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Theodore Kardash, B.S., M.D., Resident in Gynecology 
Joseph M. Keith, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
Robert E. Lartz, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
Clarence VV. Legerton, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
LoRMAN L. Levinson, A.B., M.D., Resident in Obstetrics 
William D. Lynn, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Louis O. Manganiello, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery 
Clarence Martin, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
George Y. Massenburg, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Edward B. McGovern, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Anaesthesiology 
E. Thornton Ppeil, B.S., M.D., Resident in Neurosurgery 
James J. Range, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Roentgenology 
Howard L. Seabright, M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Edwtn L. Seigman, A.B., M.D., Resident in Roentgenology 
^Cecil W. Shafer, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Anaesthesiology 
Robert L. Stone, A.B,, M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 
James A. Vaughn, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Anaesthesiology 
James H. Walker, A.B.. M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
David R. Will, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Joseph B. Workman, A.B,, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

INTERNS 



John F. Benson, B.S., M.D. 
Frank E. Brumback, M.D. 
Robert C. Duvall, Jr., M.D. 
John E. Evans, Jr., B.S., M.D. 
William A. Gakenheimer, M.D. 
Benjamin M. Gold, B.S., M.D. 
Robert R. Hahn, M.D. 
Howard E. Hall, M.D. 
Calvin B. Hearne, M.D. 
John A. Hightower, M.D. 
Robert C. Hunter, B.S., M.D. 
Benjamin L. Jamison, A.B., M.D. 



Arlie R. Mansberger, Jr., M.D. 
Richard A. Neubauer, B.S., M.D. 
David L. Phillips, A.B., M.D. 
John B. Piggott, B.S., M.D. 
Jack H. Powell, Jr., A.B., M.D. 
John H. Rosser, B.S., M.D. 
Sidney H. Sachs, M.D. 
Joseph Shear, B.S., M.D. 
Harold N. Taylor, A.B., M.D. 
John P. White, III, M.D. 
James C. Yockey, B.A., M.D. 
Edgar W. Young, Jr., B.A., M.D. 



DENTAL INTERNS 

W^illiam J. Coleman, Jr., D.D.S. 
William D. Hartsock, B.A., D.D.S. 



3 July, August, and September, 1947. 
* Beginning August 1, 1947. 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 



2$ 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 

Emma Winship, R.N. 

Dispensary Director 

DISPENSARY COMMITTEE 

George H. Yeager, Chairman 
Emma Winship, R.N., Secretary 



Allen Fiske Voshell 
Beverley C. Compton 
A. H. Finkelstein 

Chief of Medical Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Medical Clinic. 



Physicians . 



Chief of GastrO'Enterology Clinic 

Assistant Chiefs of Gastro-Enterology Clinic. 

Assistant Gastro-Enetrologists 



Chief of Neurology Clinic. 
Assistant Neurologists. . . . 



Chief of Psychiatric Clinic. 
Clinical Director 



Assistant Psychiatrists . 



Lewis P. Gundry 
Howard B. Mays 
D. Frank Kaltreider 

Lewis P. Gundry 

M. Paul Byerly^ 

M. A. Fine 

Samlt;l J. Hankin 

Leon Ashman^ 

John B. DeHopfi 

Leon A. Kochman^ 

Thomas H. Magness^ 

Elizabeth D. Sherrell^ 
.^i Charles H. Williams^ 

Charles R. Goldsborough^ 

Me\t:r W. Jacobson^ 

H. Edmunt) Levin^ 

Thomas P. Sprunt^ 

G. Carroll Lockard^ 

Milton S. Sacks^ 

Leslie Harrell Pierce^ 

Francis G. Dickey^ 

fz. Vance Hooper 
\ Francis G. Dickey' 

Albert J. Shochat 

Alfred S. Lederman 

Samuel Morrison^ 

Charles V. Sevcik' 

Leon Freedom 

William L. Fearing 

Harry A. Teitelbaum' 

Ralph P. Truitt 

H. W. New^llI 

Alice J. Rockwell 

Hans W. Loewald 

Kathryn L. Schultz 

Harold L. Vyner 

Harry Goldsmith^ 

Joseph Marshall^ 

H. Robert Blank^ 

Sidney Berman^ 

Mabel Wilkins^ 

Helen .Arthur' 



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CltiefoJ Chest Clinic 

Assistant, Diseases of the Lungs. 

Chief of Metabolism Clinic 



Assistants in Metabolism Clinic . 



Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic. 



Assistant Cardiologists . 



Chief of Allergy Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Allergy Clinic. 



A ssistant A Her gists . 



Allergy Clinic Technician. 
Director, Pediatric Clinic . 
Chief of Pediatric Clinic. . 



Assistant Pediatricians. 



Meyer D. Jacobson* 
(Manuel Levin 
^ Meyer W. Jacobson' 
[Joseph E. Muse, Jr.' 
j\\. Grafton Hersperger^ 
\ Lewis P. Gundry' 

Louis V. Blum 

William G. Helfrich' 
•(Walter E. Karfgin' 
I A. Goldman^ 

[W. Grafton Hersperger' 
fC. Edw.\rd Leach* 
\ William S. Love, Jr.* 

H. F. Ermshar 

Wilfred H. Townshend 

William G. Helfrich 

RoLLiN C. Hudson 

Stephen J. van Lill, III* 

Samuel J. Hankin' 

Irving Freeman' 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr.« 

Ephraim T. Lisansky' 

F. Frederick Ruzicka' 

H. M. Bubert 

Edward S. Kaluns 
f Samuel Snyder 
{ Frank V. Manieri* 
[S. Edwin Muller* 

Selma Rosenberg 

A. H. Finkelstein 

Samuel S. Glick 

Jerome Fineman 
Joseph R. Meyerowitz 
Louis V. Blum 
Arnold F. Lavenstein 
Thomas E. W^eeks 
J. Carlton Wich 
Ramsay B. Thomas* 
Howard Goodman* 
Melvin N. Borden* 
Keacil K. Krulevitz* 
Etta C. Link* 
Lester Kaplan* 
Israel P. Meranski' 
William M. Seabold* 
Albert Jaffe' 
Lauriston L. Keown" 
Gibson J. Wells' 
Earle S. Scott' 
A. Robert Marks* 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 



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Assistant Surgeons . 



Chief of Endocrinology Clinic John Z. Bowers^ 

Chief of Surgical Clinic George H. Yeager 

George H. Brouillet 
Stuart G. Coughlan 
William R. Johnson 
Samltel E. Proctor^ 
Clarence P. Scarborough 
William B. Settle 

Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery Clinic Allen Fiske Voshell 

f John V. Hopkins 
I Moses Gellman 

Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeons ^Henry F. Ullrich 

Milton J. Wilder 
Everett D. Jones 

Chief of Genito-Urinary Clinic W. Houston Toulson 

W. A. H. COUNCILL 



Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeons. 



John F. Hogan 
Lyle J. Millan 
Morris A. Fine^ 
Howard B. Mays 



Assistant Dermatologists. 



Director of Dermatology Clinic Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

Chief of Dermatology CUnic Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 

Francis A. Ellis 
Eugene S. Bereston 
A. Albert Shapiro 
Lester N. Kolman 
Benjamin Highstein 
Lucile Caldwell 
V. Harwood Link 
R. C. V. Robinson^ 
Alfred H. Dann* 
John M. Seigel^ 
Israel Zeligman* 
Mark B. Hollander* 

Chief of Rhinology and Laryngology Clinic Benjamin S. Rich 

Thomas R. O'Rourk 
M. Baylus 

Assistant Rkinologists and Laryngologists { Frederick T. Kyper 

Samuel L. Fox 
John H. HmscHTELD* 

Chief of Proctology Clinic Monte Edwards 

TThurston R. Adams 

Assistant Proctologists { Donald B. Hebb^ 

[William J. Supik^ 

Chief of Gynecology Clinic J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Assistant Chief of Gynecology Clinic Beverley C. Compton 



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Assistant Gynecologists . 



Female Cystoscopists . 



Chief of Dental Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Dental Clinic . 

Assistant Dentists 



Chief of Obstetrical Clinic 

Assistant Chiefs of Obstetrical Clinic. 



Assistant Obstetricians . 



Oncology Clinic, Gynecological Division 



Thomas S. Bowyer 
John C. Dumler 
John T. Hibbitts 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
William B. Settle 
Kenneth B. Boyd 
W. Allen Deckert 
Everett S. Diggs 
Helen I. Maginnis 
William K. Diehl 
John S. Haught 

[j. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
{Beverley C. Compton 
[William K. Diehl 

Brice M. Dorsey 

Vernon D. Kaueman 

Carl E. Bailey' 
Samuel H. Bryant 
Edward C. Dobbs 
Eugene L. Pessagno 
Lewis C. Toomey^ 
D. Frank Kaltreider 

Margaret B. Ballard 
J. Huff Morrison 

Dudley P. Bowe^ 

Maxwell L. Mazer 

Jaroslav Hulla' 

Hugh B. McNally 

Jacob R. Jensen' 

J. Warren Albrittain' 

D. McClelland Dixon 

W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr, 

Thomas S. Bowyer 

L. Calvin Gareis 

Oscar Hartman' 

Melvin D. Kappelman 

William A. Mitchell 

J. K. B. E. Seegar 

T. Edgie Russell, Jr. 

Irvin p. Klemkowski' 

Kent^eth B. Boyd 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Beverley C. Compton 
John C. Dumler 
William K. Diehl 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
Everett S. Diggs 



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Oncology Clinic, Surgical Division . 



Grant E. Ward 
E. Eugene Covington 
j, duer moores 
Arthur G. Siwinski 



Assistant Ophthalmologists. 



Chief of Vascular Clinic George H. Yeager 

Assistant Chief of Vascular Clinic George H. Brouillet 

Medical Consultant-Vascular Clinic Lewis P. Gundry 

Chief of Ophthalmology Clinic Henry F. Graff 

Frank A. Holden 
Milton C. Lang 
Jerome Snyder 
Frederick M. Reese 

Directress, Occupational Therapy Miss Frances F. Lewis 

Directress, Social Service Miss Mary Fitzpatrick 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY REPORT 

July 1, 1945- June 30, 1946 

Departmtnts New Cases Old Cases Total 

Allergy 107 2, 126 2,233 

Cardiology 116 1,255 1,371 

Cystoscopy 74 393 467 

Dermatology 4,304 9,834 14,138 

Diabetic 58 576 634 

Ear, Nose & Throat 934 900 1,834 

Eye 1, 136 3,041 4, 177 

Gastro-Intestinal 240 897 1, 137 

Genito-Urinary 454 979 1,433 

Gynecology 1,460 4,318 5,778 

Hematology 6 139 145 

Medicine 1,274 3,270 4,544 

Neurology 182 610 792 

Obstetrics 1,639 11,049 12,688 

Occupational Therapy 108 1 ,392 1,500 

Oncology 195 953 1, 148 

Orthopedic 1,171 2,507 3,678 

Pediatrics 1,588 7,297 8,885 

Physiotherapy 145 923 1,068 

Plastic Surgery 8 14 22 

Proctology 152 153 305 

Psychiatry 113 377 490 

Surgery 2,954 6,724 9,678 

Tuberculosis 126 621 747 

Total 18,544 60,348 78,892 



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MERCY HOSPITAL 






BOARD OF GOVERNORS 






Walter D. Wise, Chairman 


Sister M. 


Veronica 




Sister M. 


Celeste 




Sister M. 


Mildred 




Sister M. 


Philip 




Sister M. 


Vincent 




Sister M. 


Helen 





Henry F. Bongardt 

H. Raymond Peters 

Maurice C. Pincofps 

Waitman F. Zinn 

Thomas K. Galvin 

Edward P. Smith 

ElUOTT H. HUTCHINS 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF 



Surgeon-in-Chief . 



Surgeons. 



Neurological Surgeons 



Associate Surgeons . 



A ssistant Surgeons . 



Walter D. Wise 
Elliott H, Hutchins 
Charles F. Blake 
F. L. Jennings 
R. W. Locher 

• I Thomas R. Chambers 
D. J. Pessagno 
William F. Rienhoff 
N. Clyde Marvel 
Henry F. Bongardt 
Charles Bagley, Jr. 
Richard B. Coblentz 

•j James D. Arnold, Jr. 
Frank J. Otenasek 

[John W. Chambers^ 

I. O. RiDGELY 

James W. Nelson 
Howard B. McElwain 
Simon H. Brager 
John A. O'Connor 
Charles W. Maxson 
I. Ridge way Trimble 
Richard T. Shackelford 
Raymond F. Helfrich 
Julius Goodman 
S. Demarco, Jr. 

T. J. TOUHEY 

William N. McFaul, Jr. 
Meyer H. Zura\tn 
Howard L. Zltnik 
Daniel R. Robinson 
.<! Joseph V. Jerardi 
Wm. C. Dltnnigan 
Harold H. Burns 
William L. Garlick 
John F. Schaeffer 
F. Ford Loker 
Patrick C. Phelan 
Kenneth C. Sh arrets^ 



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, . f Edward A. Kitlowski 

1 Clarence P. Scarborougu' 



Consuliing OpMhalmologist and Otologist Harry Friedenwald 

Ophthalmologists and Otologists 



H. K. Fleck 
M. Raskin 



Associate Ophthalmologists and Otologists. 
Assistant Ophthalmologists and Otologists. 



Consulting Rhinolo gists and Laryngolo gists . 



Joseph I. Kemler 
F. A. Paclenza 

Joseph V. Jeppi 

F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

W. Raymond McKenzde 
George W. Mitchell 



Associate Rhinologists and Laryngologists . 



Rhinologist and Laryngologisi VVaitman F. Zinn 

Fayne a. Kayser 
Benjamin S. Rich 
Theodore A. Schwartz 

BiRKHEAD MaCGOWAN 

Benjamin H. Isaacs 

Assistant Rhinologist and Laryngolo gist Joseph V. Jeppi 

Bronchoscopist VVaitman F. Zinn 

Associate Bronchosopist Fayne A. Kayser 

Assistant Bronchoscopist Theodore A. Schw.\rtz 

Proctologist Charles F. Blake 

Consulting Orthopaedic Surgeon Albertus C. Cotton 

Orhtopaedic Surgeon H. L. Rogers 

Associate Orthopaedic Surgeon Henry F. Ullrich 

A ' 4 . ^ .7 u J' c /l. H. Maseritz 

Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeons < _ _,. p 

Urologist Kent^th D. Legge 

Leon K. Fargo 



Associate Urologists , t, „, ^ 

'Francis W. Gillis 

(Francis A. Ellis 
William D. VVolte 
Eugene S. Bereston 

Dentist J. D. Fusco 

Consulting Dentist Conrad L. Inman 

Consulting Physician Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Physician-in-Ckief H. Raymond Peters 

Harvey G. Beck 
Thomas P. Sprunt 
George McLean 
J, Sheldon Eastland 
Louis A. M. Krause 
[Thomas C. Wolff 



Physicians . 



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Associate Phvsicians. 



Assistant Physicians. 



Associate Gastro-Enterologists . 

Assistant Gastro-Enterologist . 

Pediatricians 

Associate Pediatrician 



Assistant Pediatricians. 



Neurologist and Psychiatrist 

Associate Neurologists and Psychiatrists . 
Obstetrician-in-Chief 



Obstetricians. 



Associate Obstetricians 



Assistant Obstetricians. 



Hubert C. Knapp 

Bartus T. Baggott 

Wetherbee Fort 
\ John E. Legge 

T. Nelson Carey 

Sol Smith 

Hugh J. Welch 

S. A. Tumminello 

J. Howard Burns 

Earl L. Chambers 

k, vv. golley 

William H. Kammer 

S. Edwin Muller 

John R. Davis, Jr. 

J. Emmett Queen 

Philip D. Flynn 

Frederick J. Vollmer 
[R. Frederick Leitz 
^Theodore H. Morrison 
[Maurice Feldman 

Ephraim T. Lisansky 
/ Edgar B. Friedenwald 
\ Frederick B. Smith 

G. Bowers Mansdorfer 

William M. Seabold 

Jerome Fineman 

O. Walter Spurrier 

Israel P. Meranski 

Edward L. Frey, Jr. 

Andrew C. Gillis 

Harry Goldsmith 

Philip F. Lerner 

Edward P. Smith 

J. J. Erwin 

Thomas K. Galvin 

William S. Gardner 

Frank K. Morris 

Ernest S. Edlow 

Hugh B. McNally 
f William C. Duffy 
\ Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 

J. Howard Burns 

Harry F. Kane 

William A. Dodd 

Harry McB. Beck 

Joseph C. Sheehan 

W'Illiam J. Rysanek, Jr. 

Robert B. Tunney 



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Consulting Gynecologist William S. Gardner 

Gynecologist-in-Chief Thomas K. Galvin 

f Edward P. Smith 

Gynecologists {]■ ]■ Erwin 

[Frank K. Morris 



Associate Gynecologists . 



Assistant Gynecologists . 



Pathologists . 



Ernest S. Edlow 
George A. Strauss, Jr. 
H, L. Granoff 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
William A. Dodd 
Harry McB. Beck 
William C. Duffy 
Joseph C. Sheeh.^n 
William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
Harry F. Kane 
Robert B. Tunney 

Walter C. Merkel 
Hugh R. Spencer 



Clinical Pathologist H. T. Collenberg 

Clinical Biochemist Charles E. Brambel 



Technicians . 



Sister Paula Marie 
Eleanor Behr 
Charlotte Schwalm 
Llllian Marle Lawler 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Carmela E. Miceli 

Consulting Radiologist Albertus Cotton 

Radiologist « Asa D. Young 

Assistant Radiologist E. Eugene Covington 

Sister Paula Marie 
Eleanor Behr 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Carmela E. Miceli 
Lillian Butler 
Betty Wolfram 
Virginia Schwarz 
Julietta Perez 

Technician {X-ray) Ruth L. Gephardt 



Technicians. 



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ANNUAL HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 

The following annual appointments are made to the Mercy Hospital: 

Five Resident* in Surgery Resident in Pathology 

Four Residents in Medicine Resident in Rhinology 

Three Residents in Gynecology and Obstetrics 
Twelve Interns on Rotating Service 



MERCY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 

JULY 1. 1947-JUNE 30, 1948 
RESIDENT STAFF 

Michael L. DeVincentis, B.S., M.D., Resident Surgeon 

William D. McClukg, M.D., Associate Resident Surgeon 

James G. Stegmaeer, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Surgeon 

Edward P. Smith, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident Surgeon 

David N. Sills, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident Surgeon 

Walter K. Spelsberg, B.S., M.D., Resident Gynecologist 

Richard E. Hunter, A.B., M.D., Resident Obstetrician 

William D. Gentry, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident Gynecologist and Obstetrician 

Richard A. Carey, B.S., M.D., Resident Physician 

James J. Nolan, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

Lawrence J. Knox, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

Clarence E. McWilliams, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

James J. Gerlach, A.B., M.D., Resident Otolaryngologist 

RESIDENT INTERNS 

Robert J. Johnson, M.D. Lane McD. Jernigan, B.S., M.D. 

Harry B. Scott, M.D. Elden H. Pertz, B.S., M.D. 

John G. Brickner III, B.S., M.D. Frank A. Faraino, B.S., M.D. 

D. Otis Montgomery, A.B., M.D. Henry V. Chase, B.S., M.D. 

William F. Schnitzker, A.B., M.D. William R. Post, B.A., M.D. 

Joseph F. Li Pira, B.S., M.D. 



MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 

Sister M. Agnesine, B.S., R.N Dispensary Director 

Supervisor of Surgical Clinic Raymond F. Heltwch 

Assistant Supervisor of Surgical Clinic Harold H. Burns 



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Dispensary Surgeons. 



I. O. RlDGELY 

h. f. bongardt 
James W. Nelson 
I. RiDGEWAY Trimble 
Simon H. Brager 
S. Demarco, Jr. 
Richard T. Shackelford 
Howard L, Zupnik 
Daniel R. Robinson 
Joseph V. Jerardi 
VVilllam C. Dunnigan 
William L. Garlick 
John F. Schaefer 
F. Ford Loker 
Patrick C. Phelan 
Kenneth C. Sh arrets^ 

Supervisor of Genito-Urinary Clinic Kenneth D. Legge 

fL. K. Fargo 

Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeons \ Francis W. Gillis 

[John S. Haines^ 

Supervisor of Orthopaedic Clinic Harry L. Rogers 

f Henry F. Ullrich 

Orthopaedic Surgeons j I. H. Maseritz 

[Jason H. Gaskel 
fn. Raymond Peters 
1 Maurice C. Pincoffs 
Sol Smith 
S. Edwin Muller 
Milton Stein 
Irving Freeman 
Philip D. Flynn 
Frederick J. Vollmer 
William H. Kammer 
John R. Davis 
J. Emmett Queen 
Charles F. O'Donnell 
Joseph R. Gctther 

Chief of Allergy Clinic S. Edwin Muller 

Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic Thomas C. Wolff 

TLeon Ashm.an 
\Ephraiml T. Lisansky 

Chief of Metabolism Clinic J. Sheldon Eastland 

Assistant in Metabolism Clinic 

Gastro-Enterologist Maurice Feldman 

Assistant Gastro-Enterologist Ephraim T. Lisansky 

Chief of Pediatric Clinic Edgar B. Friedenwald 



Supervisors of Medical Clinic . 
Chiefs of Medical Clinic 

Assistant Physicians 



Assistant Cardiologists . 



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Pediatricians . 



G. Bowers Mansdorfer 
Jerome Fineman 
George Bayley 
John W. Machen 
Israel T. Meranski 
O. Walter Spurrier 
Edward L. Frey, Jr. 

Supervisor of Neurological and Psychiatric Clinic. . . . Andrew C. Gillis 

f Harry Goldsmith 

Neurologists and Psychiatrists I Philip F. Lerner 

[ George C. Mediary 

Supervisor of Dermatology Clinic Francis A. Ellis 

f William D. Wolfe 
Dermatologists | Eugene S. Bereston 

[R. C. V. ROBINSONl 

Oncologist James W. Nelson 

Chief of Gynecology Clinic Thomas K. Galvin 

Edward P. Smith 
J. J. Erwin 
Frank K. Morris 
Ernest S. Edlow 
H. L. Granoff 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
<(Wllliam a. Dodd 
Harry McB. Beck 
William C. Duffy 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
William J. Rys.^nek 
Harry F. Kane 
Robert B. Tunney 
Edward P. Smith 



Gynecologists . 



Chief of Obstetrical Clinic. 



Obstetricians. 



Harry F. Kane 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
W^illiam a. Dodd 
Harry McB. Beck 
William C. Duffy 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
Robert B. Tunney 
William J, Rysanek, Jr.^ 

Esophagoscopist Waitman F. Zinn 

Associate Esophagoscopist Fayne A. Kayser 

{Waitman F. Zinn 
Theodore A. Schwartz 
Benjamin H. Isaacs 
Ross C. Brooks 



MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 35 



Ophthalmologists and Otologists . 



M. Raskin 

F. A. Pacienza 

Joseph V. Jeppi 

F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

Supervisor of Proctology Clinic Charles F. Blake 

Proctologist Simon H. Brager 

Supervisor oj Dental Clinic J. D. Fusco 

Consulting Dentist Conrad L. Inman 

Supervisor of Physiotherapy Clinic Leon Hannan 

Assistant Physiotherapist Alice R. Hannan 

_ . , „- , fSiSTER M. Helen 

Social Workers < . „ 

I^Anna Shawbaker 

. . [Eva Applegarth 

^''''^'''' \Peggy O'Neill 



MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY REPORT 

Year of 1946 

Department New Cases Old Cases Total 

Allergy 15 7 22 

Bronchoscopic 254 605 859 

Cardiology 3 127 130 

Dental 42 31 73 

Dermatology 186 451 637 

Diabetic 12 328 340 

Gastro-Intestinal 12 88 100 

Genito-Urinary 91 773 864 

Gynecology 274 619 893 

Medicine 422 2, 188 2,610 

Neurology 71 402 473 

Ophthalmology 141 271 412 

Orthopaedics 79 257 336 

Pediatrics 236 782 1,018 

Physiotherapy 109 1,531 1,640 

Postnatal 32 128 160 

Prenatal 356 1,791 2,147 

Proctology 28 75 103 

Rhinolaryngology 305 581 886 

Surgery 730 4,653 5,383 

Surgical Follow-Up 87 237 324 

Well Baby Clinic 69 52 121 

Totals 3,554 15,977 19,531 



36 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 

STAFF, 1947-1948 
Parker J. McMillin, Superintendent 

Consulting Chief Surgeon Arthur M. Shipley, M.D., D.Sc. 

Surgeon-in-Ckief Thomas B. Aycock, B.S., M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief, Acting C. Holmes Boyd, M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief, Radiology Stanley H. Macht, B.S., M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief, Tuberculosis Hospital H. Vernon Langeluttig, M.D. 

Obsietrician-in-Chief Louis H. Douglass, M.D. 

Pediatrician-in-Chief Harold E. Harrison, B.S., M.D. 

Pathologist-in-Chief C. Gardner Warner, A.B., M.D. 

Dental Surgeon-in-Chief Lo\\^ll P. Henneberger, D.D.S. 

Consultant in Psychiatry Esther L, Richards, M.D. 

Assistant Surgeon-in-Chief Otto C. Brantigan, M.D. 

James C. O wings, M.D. 
Visiting Surgeons. 



Harry C. Hull, Jr., M.D. 
I, Ridgeway Trimble, M.D. 
Amos Kooxtz, M.D. 



Consultant in Traumatic Surgery Charles A. Relfschneider, M.D. 

Consultant in Peripheral Vascular Diseases George H. Yeager, B.S., M.D. 

. „, . „ [Edward A. Kitlowski, M.D. 

ConsuUants m PlasHc Surgery \edwahd M. Hanrahan, Jr., M.D. 

, ^ /Haeey C. Bowie, M.D. 

Asststanl Fm;.«s Surgeons \Thurston R. .^ams, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physician Tuberculosis John H. Hirschfeld, M.D. 

Visiting Obstetrician J. G. IVI. Reese, M.D. 

George W. Anderson, M.D. 
J. William Dorman, M.D. 

C. Louis Gareis, ^I.D. 

D. Frank Kaltreider, M.D. 
John E. Savage, M.D. 
Gilbert J. Vosburgh, M.D. 

Assistant Pediatrician-in-Chief Wilson E. Hughes, M.D. 

Visiting Pediatrician Hans Blx, M.D. 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr., M.A., M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Obstetricians. 



Visiting Gynecologists. 



Beverly C. Compton, M.D. 
John C. Dumler, B.S., M.D. 
John T. Hibbitts, M.D. 

. _ , . /Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr., M.D. 

Assistant VtsUmg Gynecologists 1 Willmm K. Diehl, M.D. 



THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS STAFF 37 

Assistant Chief Physician Howard K. Rathbun, M.D. 

-,..,. „, . . f Louis A. M. Krause, M.D. 

Vtsittng Physicians ( „ „ „. .. -. , -r^ 

[Charles C. W. Jddd, M.D. 

A -4 4 jr- -4' T>r • • /Dean F. Davies, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians <, „ -. ..-^ 

■^ [James O. Davis, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Ophthalmologist Charles E. Iliff, iVl.D. 

rr. .,. ^ ., ,. o f Allen FisKE Voshell, A.B., AI.D. 

V^s,t^„g Orthopaed.c Surgeons |jj^^^^ ^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ 

Assistant Visiting Orthopaedic Surgeon Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 

fjOHN E. BORDLEY, M.D. 

Visiting Laryngologists -! Thomas R. O'Rourk, M.D. 

[Fred T. Kyper, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Laryngologist John H. Hirschfeld, M.D. 

Visiting Urologist VV. Houston Toulson, M.Sc, M.D. 

(Hugh Jewett, M.D. 
Harry S. Shelley, M.D. 
Howard B. Mays, M.D, 
fCH.\RLES Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D. 

Visiting Neurological Surgeons , Richard G. Coblentz, M.A., M.D. 

[James G. Arnold, Jr., M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Neurological Surgeon Raymond K. Thompson, M.D. 

Visiting Neurologist J. W. Magladery, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Neurologist George G. Merrill, M.D. 

Visiting Proctologist Monte Edwards, M.D. 

TGrant E. Ward, A.B., M.D. 

Visiting Oncologists \ Arthur G. Siwinski, M.D. 

[Howard Jones, M.D. 

Visiting Dermatologist Franklin P. Grauer, M.D. 

Visiting Dental Surgeon H. Glenn Waring, D.D.S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeon Lawrence W. Bimestefer, D.D.S. 

Visiting Laboratory Physician Julius M. Waghelstein, M.D. 

Physiologist Nathan W. Shock, M.D. 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF MARYLAND FOR 

CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

STAFF, 1947-1948 

Surgeon-in-Chief and Medical Director Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D. 

Consultant in Orthopaedic Surgery and Roentgenology . . . . Albertus Cotton, A.M., M.D. 

Moses Gellm.an, B.S., M.D. 

, . . ^ ., J. o .Harry Rogers, M.D. 

Associate Orthopaedic Surgeons < -... .., _. .^^ 

^ 'Henry F. Ullrich, M.D. 

Wikthrop M. Phelps. A.B.. M.D. 



38 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeon Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 

Plastic: Surgeon Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D. 

Aurist and Laryngologist Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D. 

Dentist M. E. Coberth, D.D.S. 

Cardiologist Helen M. Taussig, M.D. 

fMARY L. Hayleck, M.D. 

Pediairists | W. Earl Weeks, M.D. 

[Gibson J. Wells, M.D. 

fARTHUR M. Shipley, M.D., Sc.D. 

Consulting Surgeons < Charles Reid Edwards, A.B., M.D. 

[thomas B. Aycock, B.S., M.D. 

^ ,,. A ' 4 J T 7 • / /franklin B. Anderson, M.D. 

Constdtmg Aurists and Laryngologtsts \^ ^ ^ ^^^ ^ ^ ^ 

(Edward A. Looper, M.D., D.Oph. 

Consulting Neurological Surgeon Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D. 

Consulting Plastic Surgeon John Staige Davis, B.Sc, M.D. 

Consulting Physician Thomas R. Brown, A.B., M.D. 

^ ,,. r» 41 't f Harry M. Robinson, Sr., M.D. 

Consulting Dermatologists <^ ^ ,^' 

I^Leon Ginsberg, M.D. 

^ ,,. ,7. , . . [Irving J. Spear, M.D. 

Consulting Neurologists < _ _. _•' ,' 

(R. V. Seliger, M.D. 

^ „. r, 7. , . , [Benjamin Tappan, A.B., M.D. 

Consulting Pediatrists Wt- -r. T»,-r^ 

[]. Edmund Bradley, M.D. 

Consulting Dentist Harry B. McCarthy, D.D.S. 

^ ;.- ^w7 7 7 • . [Harry Frtedenwald, A.B., M.D., D.H.L., D.Sc. 

ConsulUns Opthdmologuts [^^^-^ Tar™, M.D. 

Consulting Pathologist Hugh R. Spencer, M.D. 

Consulting Roentgenologist Henry J. Walton, M.D. 

n 'J . ^ .L ^ J- c /Samuel R. Terhune, M.D. 

R^,dent Ortkopaed,c Suneom ^^^^^^ ^ ^^^^^ ^^ 

Superintendent Miss Maud M. G.^rdner, R.N. 

Dispensary and Social Service Nurse Mrs. Evelyn Byrd Zapf, R.N. 

J,, . ; ^, ^. , .^ T I ' • /^^s- ^^'^ ^ECK, RT. Reg. 

Physical Therapists and X-ray Technician j^^^^ Georgiana Wisong 

Occupational Therapist Miss Muriel Zimmerman, O.T. 

Instructor in Grammar School Miss Bertha Sendelback 



HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

The present School of Medicine, with the title University of Maryland School 
of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons, is the result of a consolida- 
tion and merger of the University of Maryland School of Medicine with the 
Baltimore Medical College (1913) and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Baltimore (1915). 

Through the merger with the Baltimore Medical College, an institution of 



UISTOR Y OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 39 

thirty-two years' growth, the facihties of the School of Medicine were enlarged in 
faculty, equipment and hospital connection. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons was incorporated in 1872, and estab- 
lished on Hanover Street in a building afterward known as the Maternite, the 
first obstetrical hospital in Mar>'land. In 1878 union was effected wdth the 
Washington University School of Medicine, in existence since 1827, and the college 
was removed to Calvert and Saratoga Streets. Through the consoUdation with 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, medical control of the teaching beds in 
the Mercy Hospital was obtained. 

The School of Medicine of the University of Maryland is one of the oldest foun- 
dations for medical education in America, ranking fifth in point of age among the 
medical colleges of the United States. It was organized in 1807 and chartered 
in 1808 under the name of the College of Medicine of Maryland, and its first 
class was graduated in 1810. In 1812 the College was empowered by the Legisla- 
ture to annex three other colleges or faculties: Divinity, Law, and Arts and 
Sciences; and the four colleges thus united were ''constituted an University by the 
name and under the title of the University of Maryland." 

The original building of the Medical School at the N. E. corner of Lombard and 
Greene Streets was erected in 1812. It is the oldest structure in this country 
from which the degree of doctor of medicine has been granted annually since its 
erection. In this building were founded one of the first medical libraries and one 
of the first medical school libraries in the United States. 

At this Medical School dissection was made a compulsory part of the curriculum, 
and independent chairs for the teaching of gynecolog}^ and pediatrics (1867), and 
of ophthalmology and otology (1873), were installed for the first time in America. 

This School of Medicine was one of the first to provide for adequate clmical 
instruction by the erection of its own hospital in 1823. In this hospital intramural 
residency for senior students was estabhshed for the first time. 

The School of Medicine has been co -educational since 1918. 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

The original medical building at the N. E. comer of Lombard and Greene 
Streets houses the office of the Dean, Room 101, the office of the Committee on 
Admissions, Room 102 and two lecture halls. 

The Administration Building, to the east of the original building, contains the 
Baltimore offices of the Registrar and the Director of Admissions and two lecture 
haUs. 

The laboratory building at 31 South Greene Street is occupied by the depart- 
ments of Pathology, Bacteriology and Biochemistry. 

The Frank C. Bressler Research Laboratory provides the departments of 
Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Pharmacology, Physiology and Clinical 
Pathology with facilities for teaching and research. It also houses the research 
laboratories of the chnical departments, animal quarters, a laborator>' for teaching 
Operative Surgery, a lecture hall and the Bressler Memorial Room. 

This building was erected in 1939-1940 at 29 South Greene Street opposite the 
University Hospital. It was built with funds left to the School of Medicine by 



40 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

the late Frank C. Bressler, an alumnus, supplemented by a grant from the Federal | 

government. The structure, in the shape of an I, extends east from Greene ' 

Street, just north of the original building. 

MEDICAL LIBRARY 
Howard Rovelstad, A.B., M.A., B.S.L.S Acting Director of Libraries 

Ida Marian Robinson, A.B., B.S.L.S Librarian 

Mary Elizabeth Hicks, A.B., B.S.L.S Assistant Librarian 

Florence R. Kirk Assistant Librarian 

Edith R. McIntosh, A.M., A.B.L.S Cataloguer 

Charlotte Jubb Assistant to the Cataloguer 

The Medical Library of the University of Maryland, founded in 1813 by the 
purchase of the collection of Dr. John Crawford, now numbers 27,800 volumes and 
several thousand pamphlets and reprints. Over three hundred of the leading 
medical journals, both foreign and domestic, are received regularly. The library 
is housed in Davidge Hall, a comfortable and commodious building in close prox- 
imity to classrooms and laboratories, and is open daily for the use of members of 
the faculty, the student body and the profession generally. Libraries pertaining 
to particular phases of medicine are maintained by several departments of the 
medical school. 

The hbrary of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and the Welch 
Medical Library are open to students of the medical school without charge. 
Other libraries of Baltimore are the Peabody Library and the Enoch Pratt Free 
Library. 

DISPENSARY BUILDING 

The old hospital building has been remodeled and is occupied by the Out-patient 
Department. Thus the students have been provided with a splendidly appointed 
group of clinics for their training in out-patient work. All departments of clinical 
training are represented in this remodeled building and all changes have been 
predicated on the teaching function for which this department is intended. 

The office of the Medical School Physician is located in this building. 

The Department of Art also occupies quarters here. 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

The University Hospital, which is the property of the University of Maryland, 
is the oldest institution for the care of the sick in the state of Maryland. It was 
opened in September 1823, under the name of the Baltimore Infirmary, and at 
that time consisted of but four wards, one of which was reserved for patients with 
diseases of the eye. 

In 1933-1934 the new University Hospital was erected and patients were 
admitted to this building in November 1934. The new hospital is situated at the 
southwest corner of Redwood and Greene Streets, and is consequently opposite 
the medical school buildings. The students, therefore, are in close proximity i 



HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 41 

and little time is lost in passing from the lecture halls and laboratories to the 
clinical facilities of the new building. 

This new building, with its modem planning, makes a particularly attractive 
teaching hospital and is a very valuable addition to the cHnical facilities of the 
medical school. 

The new hospital has a capacity of 435 beds and 65 bassinets devoted to general 
medicine, surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, and the various medical and surgical 
specialties. 

The teaching zone extends from the second to the eighth floor and comprises 
wards for surgery, medicine, obstetrics, pediatrics, and a large clinical lecture hall. 
There are approximately 270 beds available for teaching. 

The space of the whole north wing of the second floor is occupied by the de- 
partment of roentgenology. The east wing houses clinical pathology and special 
laboratories for clinical microscopy, biochemistry, bacteriology, and an especially 
well appointed laboratory for students' training. The south wing provides space 
for electro-cardiographic and basal metabolism departments, with new and very 
attractive air-conditioned or ox>^gen therapy cubicles. The west wing contains 
the departments of rhinolar>^ngology and bronchoscopy, industrial surgery, oph- 
thalmology, and male and female cystoscopy. 

The third and fourth floors each provide two medical and two surgical wards. 
The fifth floor contains two wards for pediatrics, and on the sixth floor there are 
two wards for obstetrics. Each ward occupies the space of one wing of the 
hospital. 

On the seventh floor is the general operating suite, the delivery suite, and the 
central supply station. The eighth floor is essentially a students' floor and affords 
a mezzanine over the operating and delivery suites, and a students' entrance to 
the clinical lecture hall. 

In the basement there is a very well appointed pathological department with a 
large teaching autopsy room and its adjunct service of instruction of students in 
pathological anatomy. 

The hospital receives a large number of accident patients because of its prox- 
imity to the largest manufacturing and shipping districts of the city. 

The obstetrical service is particularly well arranged and provides accommoda- 
tion for forty ward patients. This service, combined with an extensive home 
service, assures the student abundant obstetrical training. 

During the year ending December 31, 1946, 2092 cases were delivered in the 
hospital and 675 cases in the outdoor department. Students in the graduating 
class observed at least thirty-five cases, each student being required to deliver at 
least ten patients in their homes. 

The dispensaries associated with the University Hospital and the Mercy Hospi- 
tal are organized upon a uniform plan in order that the teaching may be the same 
in each. Each dispensary has the following departments: medicine, surgery, 
pediatrics, ophthalmology, otologv-, genito-urinary, gynecology, gastroenterology, 
neurology, orthopaedics, proctology, dermatology, lar\'ngology, rhinology, car- 
diology, tuberculosis, psychiatry, oral surgery and oncology. 

All students in their junior year work each day during one-third of the year 



42 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

in the departments of medicine and surgery of the dispensaries. In their senior 
year, all students work one hour each day in the special departments. 

MERCY HOSPITAL 

The Sisters of Mercy first assumed charge of the Hospital at the corner of Cal- 
vert and Saratoga Streets, then owned by the Washington University, in 1874. 
By the merger of 1878 the Hospital came under the control of the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, but the Sisters continued their work of ministering to the 
patients. 

In a very few years it became apparent that the City Hospital, as it was then 
called, was much too small to accommodate the rapidly growing demands upon it. 
However, it was not until 1888 that the Sisters of Mercy, with the assistance of 
the Faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, were able to lay the comer- 
stone of the present hospital. This building was completed and occupied late in 
1889. Since then the growing demands for more space have compelled the erec- 
tion of additions, until now there are accommodations for 348 patients. 

In 1909 the name was changed from The Baltimore City Hospital to Mercy 
Hospital. 

The clinical material in the free wards is under the exclusive control of the 
Faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. 

THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 

The clinical facilities of the School of Medicine have been largely increased by 
the liberal decision of the Department of Public Welfare to allow the use of the 
wards of these hospitals for medical education. The autopsy material also is 
available for student instruction. 

Members of the junior class make daily visits to these hospitals for clinical 
instruction in medicine, surgery, and the specialties. 

The Baltimore City Hospitals consist of the following separate divisions: 
The General Hospital, 400 beds, 90 bassinets. 
The Hospital for Chronic Cases, 575 beds. 
The Hospital for Tuberculosis, 280 beds. 
Infirmary (Home for Aged) 700 beds. 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERN AN HOSPITAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF 
MARYLAND FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

This institution is situated on an estate of 75 acres at Dickeyville. The site 
is within the northwestern city limits and of easy access to the city proper. 

The location is ideal for the treatment of children, in that it affords all the ad- 
vantages of sunshine and country air. 

A hospital unit, complete in every respect, offers all modem facilities for the 
care of any orthopaedic condition in children. 

The hospital is equipped with 100 beds— endowed, and city and state supported. 

The orthopaedic dispensary at the University Hospital is maintained in closest 
afiUiation and cares for the cases discharged from the Keman Hospital. The 



HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 43 

physical therapy department is very well equipped with modem apparatus 
and trained personnel. Occupational therapy has been fully estabUshed and 
developed under trained technicians. 

THE BALTIMORE EYE, EAR, AND THROAT HOSPITAL 

This institution was first organized and operated in 1882 as an outgrowth of the 
Baltimore Eye and Ear Dispensary, which closed on June 14, 1882. The name 
then given to the new hospital was The Baltimore Eye and Ear Charity Hospital. 
It was located at the address r^ow known as 625 W. Franklin St. The out-patient 
department was opened on September 18, 1882 and the hospital proper on 
November 1 of the same year. In 1898 a new building afforded 24 free beds 
and 8 private rooms; by 1907 the beds numbered 47; at present there are 60 beds, 
29 of which are free. In 1922 the present hospital building at 1214 Eutaw Place 
was secured and in 1926 the dispensary was opened. In 1928 a clinical laboratory 
was installed. During 1943 the out-patient visits numbered 18,989. 

Through the kindness of the Hospital Board and Staff, our junior students 
have access to the dispensary which they visit in small groups for instruction in 
ophthalmology. 



44 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 

METHOD OF MAKING APPLICATION 

Application forms may be filed one calendar year before the next incoming 
class. These forms may be secured from the Committee on Admissions, School 
of Medicine, University of ;Mar}-land, Baltimore-1, Maryland. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO THE FIRST YEAR 

Application for admission is made by filing the required form and by having all 
pertinent data sent directly to the Committee on Admissions, in accordance with 
the instructions accompanying the application. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING 

Students who have attended approved medical schools are eUgible to file ap- 
plications for admission to the second- and third-year classes. These applicants 
must be prepared to meet the current first-year entrance requirements in addition 
to presenting acceptable medical school credentials, and a medical school record 
based on courses which are quantitatively and qualitatively equivalent to similar 
courses in this school. 

Application to advanced standing is made in accordance with the instructions 
accompanying the appHcation form. 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 

The minimum requirements for admission to the School of Medicine are: 

(a) Graduation from an approved secondary school, or the equivalent in 

entrance examinations, and 

(b) Three academic years of acceptable college credit, exclusive of physical 

education and military sciences, earned in an approved college of arts 
and sciences. The quantity and quality of this course of study shall be 
not less than that required for recommendation by the institution where 
the college courses are being, or have been, studied. 

The college curriculum shall include basic courses in 

English 
Biology 

Inorganic Chemistry 
Organic Chemistry 
Physics 
French or German 



STANDARD REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 



45 



and such elective courses as will complete a balanced three-year schedule of study. 
The elective courses should be selected from the following three groups: 



Humanities 

English (an advanced 
course in English 
composition should 
be taken, if possible) 

Scientific German or 
French (A reading 
knowledge of either 
language is desirable, 
although German is 
preferred) 

Philosophy 



Natural Sciences 
Vertebrate Embryology 
Comparative Vertebrate 

Anatomy 
Quantitative Analysis 
Physical Chemistry 
Mathematics 



Social Sciences 
Economics 
History 

Political Science 
Psychology (a basic 
course is desirable) 
Sociology, etc. 



Careful attention should be given to the selection of elective courses in the 
natural sciences. Accordingly, it is suggested that the elective list given above 
be a guide in this connection and that the remainder of the college credits be 
accumulated from courses designed to promote a broad cultural development. 
Students should avoid the inclusion of college courses in subjects that occur in the 
medical curriculum, for example, histology, histological technique, human anat- 
omy, bacteriology, physiology, neurology, physiological chemistry. 

It is not intended that these suggestions be interpreted to restrict the education 
of students who exhibit an aptitude for the natural sciences or to limit the de- 
velopment of students who plan to follow research work in the field of medicine. 

In accepting candidates for admission, preference will be given to those appU- 
cants who have acceptable scholastic records in secondary school and college, 
satisfactory scores in the Professional Aptitude Test, favorable letters of recom- 
mendation from their premedical committees, or from one instructor in each of 
the departments of biology, chemistry, and physics, and who in all other respects 
give every promise of becoming successful students and physicians of high standing. 

Those candidates for admission who are unconditionally accepted will receive 
a certificate of matriculation from the office of the Dean. 



COMBINED COURSE IN ARTS AND SCIENCES AND MEDICINE 



A combined seven years' curriculum leading to the degrees of Bachelor of 
Science and Doctor of Medicine is offered by the University of Maryland. The 
first three years are taken in residence in the College of Arts and Sciences at Col- 
lege Park, and the last four years in the School of Medicine in Baltimore. (See 
University catalogue for details of quantitative and qualitative college course 
requirements.) 

If a candidate for the combined degree completes the work of the first year in 
the School of Medicine with an average of ''C" or better, and if he has absolved 



46 TEE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

the quantitative and qualitative college requirements set up by the University, 
he is eligible to recommendation by the Dean of the School of Medicine that the 
degree of Bachelor of Science be conferred. 

Because the general commencement at College Park usually takes place before 
the School of Medicine is prepared to release grades of the first-year class, this 
combined degree of Bachelor of Science is conferred at the commencement follow- 
ing the candidate's second year of residence in the School of Medicine. 

STATE MEDICAL STUDENT QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in Pennsyl- 
vania, New Jersey or New York, should apply to their respective state boards of 
education for medical student qualifying certificates (Pennsylvania and New 
Jersey) or approval of applications for medical student qualifying certificates 
(New York). 

Those students who are accepted must file satisfactory State certificates in the 
office of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exceptions will be made to this requirement. 

Addresses of the State Certifying OijUces 

Director of Credentials Section, Pennsylvania Department of Public In- 
struction, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Chief of the Bureau of Credentials, New Jersey Department of Public In- 
struction, Trenton, N. J. 

Supervisor of Qualifying Certificates, The State Education Department, 
Examinations and Inspections Division, Albany, N. Y. 

DEFINITION OF RESIDENCE STATUS OF STUDENTS* 

Students who are minors are considered to be resident students if, at the time 
of their registration, the parents* have been residents of this State for at least 
one year. 

Adult students are considered to be resident students if, at the time of their 
registration, they have been residents of this State for at least one year, provided 
such residence has not been acquired while attending any school or college in 
Maryland. 

The status of the residence of a student is determined at the time of his first 
registration in the university and may not thereafter be changed by him unless, 
in the case of a minor, his parents* move to and become legal residents of this 
state by maintaining such residence for at least one full calendar year. However, 
the right of the student (minor) to change from a non-resident to a resident status 
must be established by him prior to registration for a semester in any academic 
year. 

* The term "parents" includes persons who, by reason of death or other unusual 
circumstances, have been legally constituted the guardians of or stand in loco parentis 
to such minor students. 



FEES AND PERSONAL EXPENSES 47 

CURRENT FEES 

Matriculation fee (paid once) $10.00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Residents of Maryland 450 .00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Non-Residents 600.00 

Laboratory fee (each year) 25 .00 

Student health service fee (each year) 20 .00 

Maintenance and service fee (each year) 10.00 

Student activities fee (each year) 5 . 00 

Graduation fee 15 .00 

Re-examination fee (each subject) 5 . 00 

Transcript fee to graduates. First copy gratis, each copy thereafter. . 1.00 

RULES FOR PAYMENT OF FEES 

No fees are returnable. 

Make all checks or money orders payable to the "University of Maryland". 

When offering checks or money orders in payment of tuition and other fees, 
students are requested to have them drawn in the exact amount of such fees. 
Personal checks whose face value is in excess of the fees due will be accepted for 
collection only. 

Acceptance. — Payment of the matriculation fee of SlO.OOandof a deposit on 
tuition of $50.00 is required of accepted applicants before the expiration date 
specified in the offer of acceptance. This $60.00 deposit is not returnable and 
will be forfeited if the applicant fails to register, or it will be applied to the appli- 
cant's first semester's charges on registration. 

Registration. — All students, after proper certification, are required to register 
at the business office, Gray Laboratory. (See calendar at front of this bulletin 
for dates for the payments of fees, and the note regarding late registration fee.) 

One-half of the tuition fee, the laboratory fee, the student health fee, the mainte- 
nance and service fee and the student activities fee are payable on the date specified 
for registration for the first semester. 

The remainder of the tuition fee shall be paid on the date designated for the 
payment of fees for the second semester. Fourth year students shall pay the 
graduation fee, in addition, at this time. 

PENALTY FOR NON-PAYMENT OF FEES 

If semester fees are not paid in full on the specified registration dates, a penalty 
of $5.00 will be added. 

If a satisfactory settlement, or an agreement for settlement, is not made with 
the business office within ten days after a payment is due, the student automatically 
is debarred from attendance on classes and will forfeit the other privileges of the 
School of Medicine. 

REEXAMINATION FEE 

A student who is eligible to reexaminations must pay the business office $5.00 for 
each subject in which he is to be examined, and he must present the receipt to the 
faculty member giving the examination before he will be permitted to take the 
examination. 



48 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE FEE 

This fee pays for the use of clothing lockers, and provides for library privileges 
and the maintenance of loan collections and of the student lounge and cafeteria. 
It also furnishes photographs for all departmental requests and for state board 
appHcations, pays room rent for the third year students when on outside obstetrics 
at Baltim.ore City Hospitals and furnishes the graduating students with invita- 
tions and tickets to the Pre-Commencement Exercises. 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES FEE 

This fee is used to maintain a recreational program for students of all classes 
in addition to supporting the activities of the Student Council. 

PERSONAL EXPENSES 

The following estimates of personal expenses for the academic year of eight 
months have been prepared by students, and are based upon actual experience. 
In addition to these the student must bear in mind the expenditure for a micro- 
scope. 

L«w Average Liberal 

Books $50 $75 $100 

College incidentals 20 20 20 

Board, eight months 224 288 352 

Room rent 144 184 216 

Clothing and laundry 50 80 150 

All other expenses 25 50 75 

Total $513 $697 $913" 

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE 

T. Nelson Carey, M.D Director, Student Health Service 

The Medical School has made provision for the systematic care of students ac- 
cording to the following plan: 

1. Preliminary Examination — All new students will be examined during the 
first week of the semester. Notice of the date, time, and place of the examination 
will be announced to the classes and on the bulletin board. The passing of this 
physical examination is necessary before final acceptance of any student. 

2. Medical Attention — Students in need of medical attention will be seen by 
the school physician. Dr. T. N. Carey, in his office at the medical school, at 9 A.M. 
daily, except Saturday and Sunday. In case of necessity, students will be seen 
at their homes. 

3. Hospitalization — If it becomes necessary for any student to enter the hospital 
during the school year, the school has arranged for the payment of part or all of 
his hospital expenses, depending on the length of his stay and special expenses 
incurred. This applies only to students admitted through the school physician's 
office. 

4. Physical Dejects — Prospective students are advised to have any known 
physical defects corrected before entering school in order to prevent loss of time 
which later correction might incur. 

5. Eye Examination — Each new matriculate is required to undergo an eye 
examination at the hands of an oculist (Doctor of Medicine) within three months 
before entering the School of Medicine. Long study hours bring out unsuspected 



GENERAL RULES 49 

eye defects which cause much loss of time and ineflSciency in study if not 
corrected until after school work is under way. 

6. Limitations — It is not the function of this service to treat chronic conditions 
contracted by students before admission, nor to extend treatment to acute condi- 
tions arising in the period between academic years, unless the school physician 
recommends this service. 

GENERAL RULES 

The right is reserved to make changes in the curriculum, the requirements for 
graduation, the fees and in any of the regulations whenever the university 
authorities deem it expedient. 

ADVANCEMENT AND GRADUATION 

1. All students are required to take the spring examinations unless excused by 
the Dean. 

2. Wlien a student has failures in two completed major courses, he or she shall 
be dropped from the rolls of the Medical School. 

3. No student will be permitted to pass to a higher class with conditions. 

4. Should a student be required to repeat any year in the course, he must pay 
regular fees. 

5. A student failing in final examinations for graduation at the end of the fourth 
year will be required to repeat the entire course of the fourth year and to take 
examinations in such other branches as may be required, should he again be 
permitted to enter the school as a candidate for graduation. 

6. The general fitness of a candidate for graduation, as well as the results of his 
examinations, will be taken into consideration by the faculty. 

EQUIPMENT 

7. At the beginning of the first year, all students must be prepared to purchase 
microscopes of a satisfactory type equipped with a mechanical stage and a sub- 
stage lamp. 

A standard microscope of either Bausch & Lomb, Leitz, Spencer, or Zeiss make, 
fitted with the following attachments, will meet the requirements: 

Oculars: 10 x and 5 x. 

Triple nose piece with 16 mm., 4 mm., and 1.9 mm. 125 N.A. oil immersion lens. 

Wide aperture stage with quick screw condenser. 

All used microscopes are subject to inspection and approval before their use 
in the laboratory is permitted. The student is cautioned against the purchase of 
such an instrument before its official approval by the school. 

8. Students in the second year class are required to provide stethoscopes. 

9. Third- and fourth-year students are required to provide haemocytometers, 
opthalmoscopes and otoscopes. 

STATE QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

10. Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in 
Pennsylvania, New Jersey or New York must file State certificates in the office of 



50 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. No ex- 
ception will be made to this rule. 

EYE EXAMINATION BEFORE ADMISSION 

1 1 . Each new matriculate in each class is required to present to the Committee 
on Admissions a certificate from an oculist, (a graduate in medicine) that the 
matriculate's eyes have been examined and are in condition, with or without 
glasses as the case may be, to endure the strain of close and intensive reading. 

It is required that this examination be completed within three months prior to 
registration and that the certificate be mailed to the Committee on Admissions 
not later than one month before registration. 

AWARDING OF COMBINED DEGREES 

12. Students entering the School of Medicine on a three-year requirement basis 
from colleges which usually grant a degree on the successful completion of the first 
year of medicine, are restricted by the following regulations: 

a — The candidate must present a certificate from his college or university that 
he has absolved the quantitative and qualitative premedical requirements 
for this degree. 

b — The candidate must acquire an average of "C" or better for the work of 
his first year in the School of Medicine. 

c — The Dean of the School of Medicine reserves the right to withhold his 
recommendation that a bachelor's degree be conferred at a commencement 
which occurs before the ofiScial release of first-year medical grades. 

COST OF TRANSCRIPTS 

13. Graduates will receive the first transcript of record without charge. Subse- 
quent copies will cost one dollar each. Requests for transcripts must be filed 
with the Registrar's Ofl5ce, University of Maryland, Lombard and Greene 
Streets, Baltimore-1, Maryland. 

LIBRARY REGULATIONS 

Loan Regulations 

Loan periods have been worked out according to demand for and protection of 
different types of material. 

Two-Week Loans: All books except those on reserve. 

Three-Day Loans: All journals except the latest number (which does not 

circulate), and those on reserve. 

Overnight Loans: Books and journals on reserve. 

(4p.m.-10a.m.) 
Special Rules or Books mi Reserve: 

Students whose names appear on the check-list for the Mercy Hospital section 
will be granted the necessary hours to return reserve books. 



SCHOLARSHIPS 51 

Overnight books may be reserved in advance only within the week in which they 
will be used. Books may be reserved on Saturday for the following Monday, 
Overnight books may not be reserved two successive nights by the same person. 
Advance reserves will be held until one hour before closing. 
Fines 

Fines are imposed not to acquire money, but to assure equal access to books. 
Two-Week Loans: 5 ^ per day. 
Three-Day Loans: Si. per day. 
Overnigh! Loans: 5^ per hour. 

Losi Books: List price of the book. (Lost books should be reported at once) 
All books must be returned, lost books replaced or paid for, and fines paid before 
a student can finish the year in good standing. 

In fairness to all concerned, these rules must be enforced without exception. 

PRIZES 

THE FACULTY PRIZE 

The faculty will award the gold medal and five certificates of honor to those 
six of the first ten highest ranking candidates for graduation who, during the four 
academic years, have exhibited outstanding qualifications for the practice of 
medicine. 

THE DR. A. BRADLEY GAITHER MEMORIAL PRIZE 

A prize of $25.00 is given each year by Mrs. A. Bradley Gaither as a memorial 
to the late Dr. A. Bradley Gaither, to the student in the senior class doing the best 
work in genito-urinary surgery. 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

All scholarships are assigned for one academic year, unless specifically reawarded 
on consideration of an application. 

Official application forms are obtainable at the Dean's office, where they should 
be filed four months before the ensuing academic year. 

THE DR. SAMUEL LEON FRANK SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was established by Mrs. Bertha Rayner Frank as a memorial 
to the late Dr. Samuel Leon Frank, an alumnus of this university. 

It is awarded by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University each 
year upon nomination by the Faculty Board "to a medical student of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland, who in the judgment of said Council, is of good character 
and in need of pecuniary assistance to continue his medical course." 

This scholarship is awarded to a second, third or fourth year student who has 
successfully completed one year's work in this school. No student may hold 
this scholarship for more than two years. 



52 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

THE CHARLES M. HITCHCOCK SCHOLARSHIPS 
(Value $100.00 each) 

Two scholarships were established from a bequest to the School of Medicine 
by the late Charles M. Hitchcock, M.D., an alumnus of the university. 

These scholarships are awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment 
Fund of the University, upon nomination by the Faculty Board, to students 
who have meritoriously completed the work of at least the first year of the course 
in medicine, and who present to the Board satisfactory evidence of a good moral 
character and of inability to continue the course without pecuniary assistance. 

THE RANDOLPH VVINSLOW SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was estabhshed by the late Randolph Winslow, M.D., LL.D. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon nomination by the Faculty Board, to a "needy student of the Senior, 
Junior, or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

"He must have maintained an average grade of 85% in all his work up to the 
time of awarding the scholarship." 

"He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Faculty Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance." 

THE DR. LEO KARLINSKY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $125.00) 

This scholarship was estabhshed by Mrs. Ray Mintz Karlinsky as a memorial 
to her husband, the late Dr. Leo Karlinsky, an alumnus of the university. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon the nomination of the Faculty Board, to "a needy student of the 
Senior, Junior or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

He must have maintained in all his work up to the tune of awarding the scholar- 
ship a satisfactory grade of scholarship. 

He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Faculty Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance. 

THE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP 

A scholarship which entitles the holder to exemption from payment of tuition 
fee for the year, is awarded annually by the Faculty Board to a student of the 
senior class in need of assistance who presents to the Faculty Board satisfactory 
evidence of good character and scholarship. 

THE FREDERICA GEHRMANN SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $200.00) 

(Not open to holders of Warfield and Cohen Scholarships) 
This scholarship was estabhshed by the bequest of the late Mrs. Frederica 
Gehrmann and is awarded to a third-year student who at the end of the second 



SCHOLARSHIPS 53 

year has passed the best practical examinations in physiology, pharmacology, 
pathology, bacteriology, immunology, serology, surgical anatomy and neuro- 
anatomy. 

THE CLARENCE AND GENEVRA WARFIELD SCHOLARSHIPS 
(Value $300.00 each) 

There are five scholarships established by the regents from the income of the 
fund bequeathed by the will of Dr. Clarence Warfield. 

Terms and Conditions: These scholarships are available to students of any of 
the classes of the course in medicine. Preference is given to students from the 
counties of the state of Maryland which the Faculty Board may from time to 
time determine to be most in need of medical practitioners. 

Any student receiving one of these scholarships must agree, after graduation 
and a year's internship, to undertake the practice of medicine, for a term of two 
years, in the county to which the student is accredited, or in a county selected by 
the Board. In the event that a student is not able to comply with the condition 
requiring him to practice in the county to which he is accredited by the Board, 
the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded by the student. 

THE ISRAEL AND CECELIA E. COHEN SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $150.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Eleanor S. Cohen in memory of 
her parents, Israel and Cecelia E. Cohen. Terms and conditions: This scholarship 
will be available to students of any one of the classes of the course in medicine; 
preference is given to students of the counties in the state of Maryland which the 
Faculty Board may from time to time determine to be most in need of medical 
practitioners. Any student receiving one of these scholarships must, after gradua- 
tion and a year's internship, agree to undertake the practice of medicine for a term 
of two years in the county to which the student is accredited, or in a county se- 
lected by the council. In the event that a student is not able to comply with 
the condition requiring him to practice in the county to which he is accredited by 
the Board, the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded. 

THE DR. HORACE BRUCE HETRICK SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $125.00) 

This scholarship was established by Dr. Horace Bruce Hetrick as a memorial 
to his sons, Bruce Hayward Hetrick and Augustus Christian Hetrick. It is to 
be awarded by the Faculty Board to a student of the senior class. 

THE HENRY ROLANDO SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value approximately $250.00) 

The Henry Rolando Scholarship was established by the Board of Regents of 
the University of Maryland from a bequest to the Board by the late Anne H. 
Rolando for the use of the Faculty of Medicine. 



54 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

This scholarship will be awarded each academic year on the recommendation 
of the Faculty Board to a "poor and deserving student." 

THE READ SCHOLARSHIPS 

The sum of $500.00 is now available to cover two (2) scholarships in the 
amount of $250.00 each for the scholastic year, beginning in 1945, as a dona- 
tion from the Read Drug and Chemical Company of Baltimore, Maryland. 
Two students are to be selected by the Dean of the School in collaboration 
with the Scholarship and Loan Committee of the Medical School with the pro- 
vision that the students selected shall be worthy, deserving students, residents 
of the State of Maryland. 

LOAN FUNDS 

W. K. KELLOGG FUND 

This loan fund was established in the academic year 1942 with money granted 
by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. The interest paid on the loans, together with 
the principal of the fund as repaid, will be used to found a rotating loan fund. 
Loans will be made on the basis of need, character and scholastic attainment. 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE LOAN FUND 

A Faculty of Medicine Loan Fund was established with money derived from 
the bequest of Dr. William R. Sanderson, Class 1882, and the gift of Dr. Albert 
Stein, Class 1907. Loans will be made on the basis of need, character, and 
adiolastic ability. 

THE JAY W. EATON LOAN FUND 

This fund was estabUshed by the local chapter of the Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity 
in memory of Jay W. Eaton of the class of 1946. 

Beginning in 1946 an interest-free loan of $100.00 will be made to some worthy 
member of the senior class, on recommendation of the Scholarship Committee of 
the School of Medicine. This loan is to be credited to the tuition fee of the ap- 
pointed student and is to be repaid by the student within four years following his 
graduation. 

THE SENIOR CLASS LOAN FUND 

The senior class of 1945 originated this fund which will accumulate by subscrip- 
tion from among members of each senior class. 

The conditions of the agreement provide that the dean of the School of Medicine 
award a loan of $100.00 to a needy member of the senior class on the recommenda- 
tion of a self-perpetuating committee of two members of the faculty. 

Loans from this fund are to be credited to the tuition fee of the appointed 
student and are to be repaid within five years from the date of graduation. 

ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 

The curriculum is organized under thirteen departments. 
1. Anatomy (including Histology and Embryology). 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 53 

2. Physiology. 

3. Bacteriology and Immunology. 

4. Biological Chemistry. 

5. Pharmacology and Materia Medica. 

6. Pathology. 

7. Medicine (including Medical Specialties). 

8. Surgery (including Surgical Specialties). 

9. Obstetrics. 

10. Gjrnecology. 

11. Ophthalmology. 

12. Roentgenology. 

13. Anaesthesiology. 

The instruction is given in four academic years of graded work. 

Several courses of study extend through two years or more, but in no case are 
the students of different years thrown together in the same course of teaching. 

The first and second years are devoted largely to the study of the structures, 
functions and diemistry of the normal body. Laboratory work occupies most of 
the student's time during these two years. 

Some introductory instruction in medicine and surgery is given in the second 
year. The third and fourth years are almost entirely clinical. 

A special feature of instruction in the school is the attempt to bring together 
teacher and student in close personal relationship. In many courses of instruc- 
tion the classes are divided into small groups and a large number of instructors 
insures attention to the requirements of each student. 

In most courses the final examination as the sole test of proficiency has dis- 
appeared and the student's final grade is determined largely by partial examina- 
tions, recitations and assigned work carried on throughout the course. 

DEPARTMENT OF GROSS ANATOMY 

Eduard Uhlenhuth Professor of Anatomy 

Frank H. J. Figge Professor of Experimental Anatomy 

Vernon E. Krall Associate Professor of Gross Anatomy 

R. Dale Smith Assistant Professor of Gross Anatomy 

Karl F. Mech Instructor in Gross Anatomy 

Edmund B. MmoLETON Weaver Fellow in Gross Anatomy^ 



Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

W. Wallace Walker Assistant Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

WiLLL\M B. Settle Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Harry C. Bowie Instructor in Surgical Anatomy 

Herbert E. REiFSCHNEmER Instructor in Surgical Anatomy 

Ross Z. PiERPONT Assistant in Surgical Anatomy 

Henry L. Rigdon Assistant in Surgical Anatomy 



June to September 9, 1947. 



56 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Gross Anatomy. First Year. First semester. Six lectures and conferences 
and seventeen laboratory hours a week during the first fourteen weeks; eleven lec- 
tures and conferences and twenty-seven laboratory hours a week during the follow- 
ing week. 

This course comprises the dissection of the head, neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis 
and upper extremity; in addition, there is presented an extensive demonstration 
course of specially dissected preparations of the pelvis and perineum, and a separate 
lecture course on the peripheral nervous system. Members of the staff. 

First Year. Second semester. One lecture and four laboratory hours a week 
during February and March, comprising the dissection of the lower extremity. 
Dr. Smith. 

First semester 345 hours 

Second semester 40 hours 

Total 385 hours 

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy, Second Year. The course is designed 
to bridge the gap between abstract anatomy and clinical anatomy as appHed to the 
the study and practice of medicine and surgery. Students are required to dissect 
and to demonstrate all points, outlines, and regions on the cadaver. Underlying 
regions are dissected to bring out outlines and relations of structures. 

Two lectures and two laboratory periods are given each week during the second 
semester. Drs. Brantigan, Walker, Settle, Bowie, H. E. Reifschneider, Pierpont 
and Rigdon. 

Total hours: 96. 

Advanced Anatomy {elective course). Selected problems in gross anatomy. 
This course is intended to offer to the advanced medical student and the post- 
graduate student an opportunity of extending the knowledge secured in the pre- 
scribed anatomy courses. Drs. Uhlenhuth and Brantigan. 

In addition to the above course, facilities for special anatomical problems are 
offered to the more advanced student and physician. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descriptions 
of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

Postgraduate Courses. Consult the description of postgraduate courses in gross 
anatomy and surgical anatomy. 

DEPARTMENT OF fflSTOLOGY AND EMBRYOLOGY 

Carl L. Davis Professor of Anatomy 

O. G. Harne Associate Professor of Histology 

John F. Lutz Assistant Professor of Histology 

1 Associate in Histology 

First Year. The course in histology is divided equally between the study of 
the fundamental tissues and that of organs. Throughout the entire course the 
embryology of the part being studied precedes the study of the fully developed 



* To be appointed 



ORGANIZATION OP THE CURRICULUM 57 

tissue. Thus embryolog>' becomes a correlated part of the whole subject of micro- 
scopic anatomy and not an independent subject. 

Each student is furnished a set of histological slides, previously prepared in our 
own laboratory, thus insuring a uniform and satisfactory quality of material for 
study and permitting the time of the student to be expended in the study of ma- 
terial rather than in the technic of its preparation. The object of the course is to 
present the evidence of function as shown by the structure of tissues and organs. 
Drs. Davis, Lutz and Hame. 

An optional laboratory course is offered. This supplements the required course 
giving laboratory experience which can not be incorporated in the former. No 
added charge is made for the course. 

Total hours: 150. 

NEURO-ANATOMY 

First Year. Neuro-anatomy embraces a study of the fundamental structure of 
the central nervous system as applied to its function. An abundance of material 
permits of individual dissection of the human brain. A series of appropriately 
stained sections of the human brain stem is furnished each student for the micro- 
scopic study of the internal structure of the nervous system. Drs. Davis, Lutz 
and Hame. 

Total hours: 100. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY 

William R. Amberson Professor of Physiology 

Dietrich Conrad Smith Associate Professor of Physiology 

Rubert S. Anderson Assistant Professor of Physiology 

Robert H. Oster Professor of Physiology, School of Dentistry 

Mary E. Chenn Listructor in Physiology 

June Linda Snyder Assistant in Physiology 

The work in physiology is given in two separate courses: 

First Year, Second Semester. A course in neurophysiology is presented in 
two lectures a week, without laboratory work. 

Second Year. First Semester, The remainder of the subject is presented in 
three lectures, one conference, and two laboratory periods a week. 

The fundamental concepts of physiology are presented with special reference 
to mammalian problems. 

Total hours: 224. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 

Frank W. Hachtel Professor of Bacteriology 

James G. McAlpine Associate Professor of Bacteriology 

H. Edmund Levin Associate in Bacteriology 

Henry F. Buettner Instructor in Bacteriology 



58 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Second Year. First Semester. The principles of general bacteriology are 
taught by quiz, conference, and lecture. 

Instruction given in the laboratory includes the methods of preparation of 
culture media, the study of pathogenic bacteria, and the bacteriological examina- 
tion of water and milk. The bacteriological diagnosis of communicable diseases 
is also included. 

Second Year. Second Semester. The principles of immunology are presented 
by means of quizzes, conferences and lectures. 

The course includes a consideration of infection and immunity, the nature and 
action of the various antibodies, complement fixation and flocculation tests, hyper- 
sensitiveness, and the preparation of bacterial vaccines. 

Experiments are carried out by the class in the laboratory. During the latter 
half of the semester the class is divided into sections. 

Total hours: Bacteriology 120. 
Immunology 72, 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

H. Boyd Wtlie Professor and head of Biological Chemistry 

Emtl G. Schmidt Professor of Biological Chemistry 

Glenn S. Weiland Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry 

Ann Virginia Brown Instructor in Biological Chemistry 

First Year. Second Semester. This course is designed to present the prin- 
ciples of biological chemistry and to indicate their applications to the clinical 
aspects of medicine. The phenomena of living matter and its chief ingredients, 
secretions and excretions are discussed in lectures and conferences and examined 
experimentally. Training is given in biochemical methods of investigation. Total 
hours: 208. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY 

John C. Krantz, Jr Professor of Pharmacology 

C. jELLEpy Carr Associate Professor of Pharmacology 

Harry K. Iwamoto Assistant Professor of Pharmacology 

Joseph G. Bird Assistant and Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Ruth Musskr Instructor in Pharmacology 

Stephen Krop Lecturer in Pharmacology 

Leonard Karel Lecturer in Pharmacology 

William G. Harne Demonstrator in Pharmacology 

Frederick K. Bell U. S. Pharmacopoeia Fellow 

Elaine Gaby Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

Mary J, Sauerwald Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

Edward B. Truitt, Jr Markle Fellow in Pharmacology 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 59 

This course is designed to include those phases of pharmacology necessary for 
an intelligent use of drugs in the treatment of disease. The didactic instruction 
includes materia medica, pharmacy, prescription-writing, toxicology, posology, 
pharmacodynamics, and experimental therapeutics. The laboratory exercises 
parallel the course of lectures. 

In addition, optional conference periods and lectures are available for students 
desiring further instruction or advice. 

Total hours: 216. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

Hugh R. Spencer Professor of Pathology 

Robert B. Wright Associate Professor of Pathology 

C. Gardner Warner Associate Professor of Pathology 

Walter C. Merkel Associate Professor of Pathology 

Albert E. Goldstein Assistant Professor of Pathology 

Dexter L. Reimann Assistant Professor of Pathology 

John A. Wagner Assistant Professor of Pathology 

Howard J. Maldeis Associate in Pathology 

Milton S. Sacks dissociate in Pathology 

Bent:dict Skitarelic Associate in Pathology 

Conrad B. Acton Instructor in Pathology 

Howard B. Mays Instructor in Pathology 

Ephraim T, Lisansky Instructor in Pathology 

D. McClelland Dixon Instructor in Pathology 

William B, Vant)eGrift Instructor in Pathology 

Karl V. Mech Instructor in Pathology 

Seymour W. Rubin Instructor in Pathology 

William T. Raby Assistant in Pathology 

William J. Bryson Assistant in Pathology 

Isaac C. Wright Assistant in Pathology 

Courses of instruction in pathology are given during the second and third years. 
The courses are based on the previous study of normal structure and function and 
aim to outline the history of disease. The relationship between clinical symptoms 
and anatomical lesions is constantly stressed. 

General Pathology. Second Semester, Second Year. This course includes 
the study of disturbances of the body fluids; disturbances of structure, nutrition 
and metaboHsm of cells; disturbances of fat, carbohydrate and protein metab- 
olism; disturbances of pigment metabolism; inflammation and tumors. 

Laboratory instruction is based on the study of prepared slides (loan collection) 
and corresponding gross material. 

Applied Pathology, Including Gross Morbid Anatomy and Morbid 
Physiology. Third Year. The laboratory instruction in this course is carried 
out in small teaching museums where prepared specimens and material from au- 
topsies with clinical histories and sections are available for study. For this work 
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Autopsies. Third Year. Students in small groups attend autopsies at the 
morgues of the University Hospital and the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

Clinical-Pathological Conference. (Fourth Year.) These exercises are 
held in collaboration with the Department of Medicine. Selected cases are dis- 
cussed and autopsy findings are presented. 

Second year 184 hours 

Third year 160 hours 

Fourth year 30 hours 

Total 374 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 

Maumce C. Pincoffs Professor of Medicine 

G. Carroll Lockard Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Thomas P. Sprunt Professor of Clinical Medicine 

H. Raymond Peters Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Louis A. M. Krause Professor of Clinical Medicine 

T. Nelson Carey Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Palt: W. Clough Associate Professor of Medicine 

Walter A. Baetjer Associate Professor of Medicine 

WiLLLAM S. Love, Jr Associate Professor of Medicine 

Thomas C. Wolff Associate Professor of Medicine 

Howard ]M. Bubert Associate Professor of Medicine 

J. Sheldon Eastland Associate Professor of Medicine 

Melton S. Sacks Associate Professor of Medicine 

Lewis P. Gundry Associate Professor of Medicine 

William H. Smith Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Howard J. Maldeis Associate Professor of Legal Medicine 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Wetherbee Fort Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Frank J. Geraghty Assistant Professor of Medicine 

H. Vernon Langeluttig Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Sol Smith Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Edward F. Cotter Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Theodore E. Woodward Assistant Professor of Medicine 

E, H. ToNOLLA Associate in Medicine 

Samuel Legum Associate in Medicine 

Robert A. Reiter Associate in Medicine 

W. Grafton Herspberger Associate in Medicine 

Meyer W. Jacobson Associate in Medicine 

Contlad B. Acton Associate in Medicine 

Irving Freeman Associate in Medicine 

Francis G. Dickey Associate in Medicine 

C. Edward Leach Associate in Medicine 

Lawrence M. Serra Associate in Medicine 

Marie A. Andersch Associate in Medicine 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr Associate in Medicine 

William K. Waller Associate in Medicine 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Associate in Medicine 

Samuel T. R. Revell Associate in Medicine 



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Arthur Karfgin Associate 

M. Paul Byerly Associate 

David Tenner Instructor 

Philip D. Flynn Instructor 

Edward S. Kallins Instructor 

John A. Myers Instructor 

Kurt Levy Instructor 

William G. Helfrich Instructor 

M. Paul Padget Instructor 

Leon Ashman Instructor 

S. Edwin Muller Instructor 

Joseph E. Muse, Jr Instructor 

Daniel Wilfson, Jr Instructor 

William H. Kammer, Jr Instmctor 

Leslie Harrell Pierce Instructor 

Samuel J. Hankin Instructor 

Frederick J. Vollmer Instructor 

Louis J. Kroll Instructor 

John R. Davis Instructor 

John Z. Bo\\t:rs Instructor 

Wilfred H. Townshend Instructor 

Alvin J. Hartz Instructor 

Timothy Callahan Instructor 

Moeris Fine Assistant 

Samuel Snyder Assistant 

Joseph B. Gross Assistant 

James R. Karns Assistant 

L. Ann Hellen Assistant 

Audry M. Funk Assistant 

RoLLiN C. Hudson Assistant 

Stephen J. Van Lill, 3rd Assistant 

J. Douglas Lockard Assistant 

Franklin E. Leslie Assistant 

Sholom O. Walfe Assistant 

Thomas L. Worsley Assistant 

John B. DeHoff Assistant 

Adam Swiss Assistant 

John W. Osborne Assistant 



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GENERAL OUTLINE 
Second Year 

Introduction to clinical medicine. 

(a) Introductory physical diagnosis. (1 hour a week, first semester; 2 hours a week, 

second semester.) 

(b) Medical clinics. (1 hour a week, second semester.) 

Third Year 

I. The methods of examination (13 hours a week), (a) History taking, (b) Physical 
diagnosis, (c) Clinical pathology. 
These subjects are taught and practiced in the hospital out-patient department 
and in the clinical laboratory. 



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II. The principles of medicine (200 hours). 

(a) Lectures, clinics and demonstrations in general medicine, neurology, pediatrics 
psychiatry and preventive medicine. 
III. The principles of therapeutics (15 hours). Lectures and demonstrations. 

Fourth Year 

The practice of medicine. 
I. Clinical clerkship on the medical wards. (26 hours a week for ten weeks.) 

(a) Responsibility, under supervision, for the history, physical examination, 

laboratory examinations and progress notes of assigned cases. 

(b) Ward classes in general medicine, the medical specialties, and therapeutics. 
n. Clinics in general medicine and the medical specialties. 

(6 hours a week.) 

III. Dispensary work in the medical specialties. 

IV. Clinical-pathological conferences (1 hour a week). 

MEDICAL DISPENSARY WORK 

The medical dispensaries of both the Mercy and the University Hospitals are 
utilized for teaching in the third year. Each student spends two hours daily for 
ten weeks in dispensary work. The work is done in groups of four to six students 
under an instructor. Systematic history-taking is especially stressed. Physical 
findings are demonstrated. The student becomes familiar with the commoner 
acute and chronic disease processes. 

PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS 

Secotid Year. Didactic lectures and practical demonstrations in topographical 
anatomy and normal physical signs. Dr. McLean. 

Third Year. The class is divided into small groups and each section receives 
instruction for two hours daily for ten weeks. This course is given at the 
Baltimore City Hospitals. The large clinical material there is utilized to give 
each student the opportunity to familiarize himself with the common types of 
bodily structure, with the normal variations in physical signs and with the 
physical signs of the chief pulmonary, circulatory and abdominal diseases. A 
course of lectures (1 hour a week) on phj^sical diagnosis supplements the 
practical work in this subject. Drs. Wolff, Reiter, Ashman, Kroll, Legum and 
Wilfson. 

THERAPEUTICS 

Third Year. General therapeutics and materia medica are taken up and an 
effort is made to familiarize the student with the practical treatment of disease. 
The special therapy of the chief diseases is then reviewed. 

Fourth Year. Special consideration is given to the practical application of 
therapeutic principles in bedside teaching and the chief therapeutic methods are 
demonstrated. 

Students attend therapeutic ward rounds once a week throughout their medical 
trimester. 



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TROPICAL MEDICINE 

Certain phases of tropical medicine are considered in the course on clinical 
pathology. In addition, a course of lectures and demonstrations is given to the 
entire fourth year class. 

TUBERCULOSIS 

During the third year in connection with the instruction in physical diagnosis 
a practical course is given at the Municipal Tuberculosis Hospital. Stress is laid 
upon the recognition of the physical signs of the disease, as well as upon its symp- 
tomatology and gross pathology. 

CARDIOLOGY 

In the third year a series of lectures and clinics correlated with pathological 
studies is given the entire class. 

During the fourth year an elective course in cardiology is offered at the Mercy 
Hospital. The course occupies one and one-half hours weekly. Physical diag- 
nosis, electocardiography and the therapeutic management of cardiac cases 
are stressed. 

Elective out-patient work is available also to members of the fourth year class 
in the cardiac clinic of the University Hospital. 

SYPHILIS 

Third Year. During the third year the subject of syphilis is dealt with in the 
lecture course. 

Fourth Year. An elective course in the therapeutic management of syphilis is 
offered in the dispensary. 

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 

Milton S, Sacks Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of 

Department of Clinical Pathology 

Sol Smith Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Marie A. Andersch Biochemist, University Hospital, Associate in Medicine 

S. Edwin Muller Instructor in Medicine 

John A. Wagner Assistant in Medicine 

L. Ann Hellen Assistant in Medicine 

Audrey M. Funk Assistant in Medicine 

Third Year. First and second semesters. The course in Clinical Pathology- is 
designed to train the student in the third year in the performance and interpretation 
of fundamental diagnostic laboratory procedures used in clinical medicine. 

During the first semester the work is devoted to a thorough consideration of dis- 
eases of the hematopoietic system. In the second semester, in connection with 
laboratory work in urinalysis, gastric analysis, hepatic, pancreatic and renal func- 
tions, thorough discussion of underlying biochemical and physiological mecha- 
nisms is undertaken. During this semester examination of cerebrospinal fluid, 
transudates and exudates is also included. Elements of clinical parasitology 
round out the work in this semester. 



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Each student provides his own microscope and blood counting equipment. A 
completely equipped locker is assigned to every student. 

Total Hours: 128. 

Fourth Year. During the fourth year the student applies in the laboratories of 
the various affiliated hospitals the knowledge acquired during the preceding year. 
A completely equipped locker is assigned enabling him to work independently of 
the general laboratories. Instructors are available during certain hours to give 
necessary assistance and advice. 

GASTRO-ENTEROLOGY 

Theodore H. Morrison Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Maurice Feldman Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Zachariah Morgan Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Samuel Morrison Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Francis G. Dickey Associate in Medicine 

Z. Vance Hooper Associate in Gastro-Enterology 

Albert J. Shochat Instructor in Gastro-Enterology 

Alfred S. Lederman Assistant in Gastro-Enterology 

Third Year. A series of six lectures is given on the diseases of the digestive 
tract. 

Fourth Year. Clinics and demonstrations are given to the class for one hour a 
week; dispensary instruction to small groups throughout the entire session. Prac- 
tical instruction is given in the use of modem methods of study of the diseases of 
the gastro-intestinal tract. 

PSYCHIATRY 

Ross McC. Chapman Professor of Psychiatry 

Ralph P. Truitt Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

H. W. Newell Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

Harry M. Murdock Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Philip S. Wagner Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Hans W. Loewald Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

William W. Elgin Associate in Psychiatry 

Kathryn L. Schultz Associate in Psychiatry 

A. Russell Anderson Instructor in Psychiatry 

J. G. N. CusHiNG Instructor in Psychiatry 

Francis J. McLaughlin Instructor in Psychiatry 

Samuel Novey Instructor in Psj^chiatry 

Harold L. Vyner Instructor in Psychiatry 

Joseph H. Marshall Instructor in Psychiatry 

Richard H. Pembroke, Jr Instructor in Psychiatry 

First Year. The 16 lecture hours will be devoted largely to a discussion of 
factors influencing the formation of character and the deviations in personahty 
falling within the range of ''normal." The usual endogenous and environmental 
experiences which provide critical periods during the life of an individual will be 
chronologically presented. Basic psychological concepts and psycho-dynamics 
will be reviewed. The methods of psychiatry with reference to the life history, 



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mental status examination, and psychometric testing will be outlined and 
demonstrated. 

Second Year. Fourteen 2-hour lecture demonstrations on psychopathology will 
introduce the student to personality deviations considered "abnormal." The 
mental status examination will be demonstrated in detail. The major and minor 
psychoses will be presented in terms of the psycho-dynamics of symptoms and re- 
actoin types. The student will be expected, at the conclusion of the year, to be 
familiar with the psychopathology and clinical characteristics of the usual psy- 
chiatric problems. 

Third Year. The 16 lecture hours wi]l be devoted to further considerations of 
special psychopathology and the principles of psychotherapy. Specialized forms 
of treatment will be reviewed, but the main emphasis will be toward familiarizing 
the student with forms of therapy feasible in routine medical practice. During 
the 36 clinic hours the student will be supervised in history-taking, mental status 
and psychometric examination, and follow-up studies of patients. 

Fourth Year. A series of 10 lecture demonstrations will serve to summarize 
previous instruction and to appraise the student's insight into psychopathology, 
the recognition of clinical syndromes, and their management. Characteristic 
reaction t}pes will be demonstrated and discussed largely as concerns probable 
etiology and possible preventive measures. The relationship of mental illness to 
the major problems of social upheaval, economic, and other sources of insecurity 
will be considered. 

PEDIATRICS 

C. LoRENG JosLiN Profcssor of Pediatrics 

Edgar B. Frtedenwald Professor of Clinical Pediatrics 

Harold E. Harrison Associate Professor of Pediatrics 

Frederick B. Smith Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

J. Edmund Bradley Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

Albert Jatfe Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

A. H. Fdjkelstein Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

Samuel S. Click Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Clewell Howell Associate in Pediatrics 

G. BowTRS Mansdorter Associate in Pediatrics 

Jerome Fesem-an Associate in Pediatrics 

Gebson J. Wells Associate in Pediatrics 

Arnold F. Lavenstein Instructor in Pediatrics 

Mary L. Hayleck Instructor in Pediatrics 

Israel P. Meranski Instructor in Pediatrics 

William Earl Weeks Assistant in Pediatrics 

J. Carlton Wich Assistant in Pediatrics 

A. Robert Marks Assistant in Pediatrics 

Elta C. Link Assistant in Pediatrics 

Walter Spitrrier Assistant in Pediatrics 

Joseph M. Cordi Assistant in Pediatrics 

Third Year. The course is presented as follows: 

Lectures on infant feeding and the fundamentals of diseases of infants and 
children. (15 hours.) 



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Lectures on contagious diseases in conjunction with the Department of 
Hygiene and Preventive Medicine. (14 hours.) 

A special course in physical diagnosis is given at City Hospitals. (20 hours.) 

Clinical conferences demonstrating diseases of the new-bom. (6 hours.) 

Fourth Year. An amphitheatre clinic is given at which patients are shown 
to demonstrate the features of the diseases discussed. (30 hours.) 

Conferences and demonstrations are given in problems concerning diagnosis, 
care, treatment and clinical pathology of the diseases of infants and children. 
(30 hours.) 

Students are assigned subjects for the preparation of theses. 

Clinical clerkships are assigned on the pediatric wards, where experience is 
gained in taking histories, making physical examinations, doing routine laboratory 
work, and folio Ting up the patients' progress. This is under the supervision of the 
visiting staff. (140 hours.) 

Instruction is given in the pediatric clinic of the out-patient department of 
the University Hospital. This consists of la hours daily for five weeks — 30 
minutes each day being devoted to a clinical demonstration of some interesting 
case by a member of the staff; one hour daily to taking histories and making 
physical examinations under supervision of one of the staff instructors. (45 hours.) 

Total hours: 300. 

NEUROLOGY 

Anerew C. Gillis Professor of Neurology 

Leon Freedom Associate Professor of Neurology 

Philip F. Lerner Assistant Professor of Neurology 

William L. Fearing Associate in Neurology 

Second Year. Fifteen one-hour lectures are given to correlate the anatomy 
and physiology of the nervous system with clinical neurology. 

Third Year. Twenty hours of instruction are given to the whole class in neuro- 
pathology supplemented with pathological demonstrations. Sixteen lecture- 
demonstrations are given in which the major tjq^es of the diseases of the nervous 
system are discussed. A course is also given at the Baltimore City Hospitals, 
comprising eight periods of two hours each, in which the students in small groups 
carr>' out complete neurological examinations of selected cases which illustrate 
the chief neurological syndromes. 

Fourth Year. A clinical conference one hour each week is given to the whole 
class at the University and Mercy Hospitals. All patients presented at these 
cUnics are carefully examined. Complete written records are made by the stu- 
dents who demonstrate the patients before the class. The patients are usually 
assigned one or two weeks before they are presented, and each student in the class 
must study and present one or more patients during the year. 

Ward Class Instruction. Nine hours of instruction are given to each student 
in small sections at the University and Mercy Hospitals. In these classes the 
students come in close personal contact with the patients in the wards under the 
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Dispensary Instrtcction. Small sections are instructed in the dispensaries of 
the University and Mercy Hospitals five afternoons each week. In this way 
students are brought into contact with nervous diseases in their early and late 
manifestations. 

HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 

Huntington Williams Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

William H. F. Waethen Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Ross Davies Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Horace Hodes Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Third Year. A one-hour lecture is given to the whole class each Tuesday during 
both semesters. Basic instruction is afforded in the clinical and public health 
aspects of the communicable diseases including syphihs and tuberculosis. The 
lectures are under the auspices of the Department of Medicine and are given by 
staff members of that department, including physicians representing pediatrics, 
hygiene and public health, and by staff members of the Baltimore City Health 
Department. 

Fourth Year. Six one-hour lectures are given to the whole class scattered 
through the year on important public health procedures such as maternal and child 
hygiene, sewage disposal, vital statistics, interstate and international quarantine 
and research in public health. Elective work is also assigned at Sydenham Hos- 
pital, the one-hundred bed communicable disease hospital of the City Health De- 
partment, and at its Western Health District, 617 West Lombard Street, where 
the District Health Officer arranges for home visiting and the student prepares 
and presents a Home Survey Report. 

The course deals with the fundamentals of public health and supplements the 
work in the third year. The major emphasis in both years is on the practice of 
preventive medicine and the relation of prevention to diagnosis and treatment, 
and on the civic and social implications of the medical services. 

LEGAL MEDICINE 

Howard J. Maldeis Associate Professor of Legal Medicine 

Chief Medical Examiner, Maryland 

Third Year. This course embraces a summary of some of the following: Pro- 
ceedings in criminal and civil prosecution, medical evidence and testimony, identity 
and its general relations, rape, criminal abortions, signs of death, wounds in their 
medico-legal relations, natural and homicidal death, malpractice, insanity, and 
medico-legal autopsies, including poisoning. 

Total hours: 4. 

DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 

Arthur M. Shipley Professor of Surgery 

Walter D. Wise Professor of Surgery 

Charles Reid Edwards Professor of Surgery 



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Elliott H. Hutchins Professor of Surgery 

Thomas B. Aycock Professor of Clinical Surgery 

F. L. Jennings Professor of Clinical Surgery 

D. J. Pessagno Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Monte Edwards Clinical Professor of Surgery 

Charles A. Reifschneider Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

Thomas R. Chambers Associate Professor of Surgery 

R. W. Locher Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Edward S.Johnson Associate Professor of Surgery 

N. Clyde Marvel Associate Professor of Surgery 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery 

Cyrus F. Horine Associate Professor of Surgery 

Charles W. Maxson Associate Professor of Surgery 

George H. Yeager Associate Professor of Surgery 

C. W. Peake Associate Professor of Surgery 

Otto C. Brantigan , . Associate Professor of Surgery 

Harry C. Hull Associate Professor of Surgery 

H. F. Bongardt Assistant Professor of Surgery 

I. 0. Ridgely Assistant Professor of Surgery 

James W. Nelson Assistant Professor of Surgery 

I. Ridgeway Trimble Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Richard T, Shackelford Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Simon H. Brager Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Thurston R, Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

W. Wallace Walker Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Raymond F. Helfrich Associate in Surgery 

E. Eugene Covington Associate in Surgery 

Luther E. Little Associate in Surgery 

William B. Settle Associate in Surgery 

Arthur G. Siwinski Associate in Surgery 

William F. Rienhoff, Jr Associate in Surgery 

George Govatos Associate in Surgery 

Joseph V. Jerardi .Associate in Surgery 

Henry L. Rigdon Associate in Surgery 

Joseph M. Miller Lecturer in Surgery 

E. M. Hanrahan Instructor in Surgery 

J. DuER MooRES Instructor in Surgery 

Calvin Hyman Instructor in Surgery 

Clyde F. Karns Instructor in Surgery 

Daniel R. Robinson Instructor in Surgery 

Herbert E. Reifschneider Instructor in Surgery 

George H. Brouillet Instructor in Surgery 

Harry C. Bowie Instructor in Surgery 

William L. Garlick Instructor in Surgery 

Stuart G. Coughlan Instructor in Surgery 

Harold H. Burns Instructor in Surgery 

John F. Schaefer Instructor in Surgery 

Robert F. Healy Instructor in Surgery 

Robert C. Sheppard Instructor in Surgery 

Samuel E. Proctor Instructor in Surgery 



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William R. Geraghty Assistant in Surgery 

Howard B. McElwain Assistant in Surgery 

A. V. BucHNESS Assistant in Surgery 

T. J. TouHEY Assistant in Surgery 

Samuel H. Culver Assistant in Surgery 

Albert R. Wilkerson Assistant in Surgery 

L. T. Chance Assistant in Surgery 

W. Allen Deckert Assistant in Surgery 

F. Ford Loker Assistant in Surgery 

Patrick C. Phelan, Jr Assistant in Surgery 

E. Roderick Shipley Assistant in Surgerj' 

Preston R. Cutler Assistant in Surger>' 

James W. Hendrick Assistant in Surger>' 

WrLLLAM C. Dunnigan Assistant in Surgery 

Howard L. Zupnik Assistant in Surgery 

Raymond M. Cunningham Assistant in Surgery 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr Assistant in Surgery 

Kenneth C. Sharrets Assistant in Surgery 

John W. Chambers Assistant in Surgery 

Instruction is given by means of lectures, laboratory work, recitations, dis- 
pensary work, bedside instruction, ward classes, and clinics. The work begins 
in the second year and continues throughout the third and fourth years. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory, operative surgery labora- 
tory, the dispensaries, wards, laboratories and operating rooms of the University 
and Mercy Hospitals, and in the wards and operating rooms of the Baltimore City 
Hospitals. 

SECOND YEAR 

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy. Second semester. The course is 
designed to bridge the gap between anatomy in the abstract and clinical anatomy 
as applied to the study and practice of medicine and surgery. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory, and students are required to 
dissect and to demonstrate all points, outlines, and regions on the cadaver. Under- 
lying regions are dissected to bring out outlines and relations of structures. 

Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week. Drs. Brantigan, Walker, 
Settle, Bowie, H. E. Reifschneider and Rigdon. 

Total hours: 96. 

Principles op Surgery. Second semester. This course includes discussions 
of irritants, infection, repair of tissue, healing of tissue, relationship of bacteriology 
to surgery, modem chemotherapy in surgical diseases, ulcers, wounds, thrombo- 
phlebitis, phlebothrombosis, peripheral vascular diseases, thermal bums, injuries 
due to cold, surgical shock, diseases of the lymphatics, gangrene of the skin and 
extremities, aneurysms, hemorrhage, varicose veins, embolism, sinuses and fistulae, 
tetanus, anthrax and actinomycosis. 

Lectures, two hours a week for one semester, are given to the whole class. Drs. 
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THIRD YEAR 

General and Regional Surgery. Lectures, recitations and clinics on the 
principles of surgery, general surgery including fractures and dislocations are 
given three hours a week to the whole class. Drs. C. R. Edwards and Hull. 

The class is divided into groups and receives instruction in history-taking 
and surgical pathology under the supervision of the chief of the pathologic 
department of the Baltimore City Hospitals. Instruction is also given in surgi- 
cal diagnosis and in general surgery at the bedside and in the classroom at this in- 
stitution by Drs. Aycock, C. A. Reifschneider, Brantigan and Adams. Two hours 
per week are given in orthopaedic surgery by Dr. Voshell, chief of the orthopaedic 
service of this institution. 

Operative Surgery. Two courses in operative surgery are given under the 
supervision of Dr. Yeager assisted by Drs. Ullrich, Peake, Brager, Mays, Govatos, 
Jerardi, Kams, Robinson, Brouillet, Healy and Deckert. The class is divided into 
sections and each section is given practical and individual work under the super- 
vision of the instructors. 

Surgical Out-patient Department. Under supervision, the student takes 
the history, makes the physical examination, attempts the diagnosis and, as far 
as possible, carries out the treatment of ambulatory surgical patients in the 
University and Mercy Hospitals. Mercy Hospital — Dr. Raymond F. Helfrich 
assisted by the out-patient staff. University Hospital — Drs. Settle and Coughlan 
assisted by the out-patient staff. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Clinics. A weekly clinic is given at the Mercy and at the University Hospitals 
to one-half the class throughout the year. As far as possible this is a diagnostic 
clinic. Mercy Hospital — Dr. Wise. University Hospital — Dr. Shipley. 

Surgical Pathology. At Mercy Hospital. Specimens from the operating 
room and museum are studied in the gross and microscopically in relation to the 
case history. 14 hours. Dr. Pessagno. 

Surgery of the Chest. At Mercy Hospital. Operations and conferences. 
14 hours. Drs. Rienhoff and Gailick. 

Traumatic Surgery. This course deals with operative and post-operative 
treatment of accident cases and with instructions as to the relationship between the 
state, the employee, the employer, and the physician's duty to each. One hour 
a week to sections of the class throughout the year. Dr. C. A. Reifschneider. 

Clinical Clerkship. This work includes the personal study of assigned 
hospital patients, under supervision of the staffs of the University and Mercy 
Hospitals, and embraces history-taking, and physical examination of patients, 
laboratory exammations, attendance at operations and observation of post- 
operative treatment. 

Ward Classes. Ward-class instruction in small groups will consist of ward 
rounds, surgical diagnosis, treatment and the after-care of operative cases. Mercy 
Hospital— Drs. Wise, Hutchins, Blake, Pessagno, Nelson, Trimble, Brager and 
Jerardi. University Hospital— Drs. Shipley, C. Reid Edwards and Aycock. 



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DERMATOLOGY 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

Francis A. Ellis Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

Eugene S. Bereston Associate in Dermatology 

A. Albert Shapiro Associate in Dermatology 

Israel Zeligman Associate Instructor in Dermatology 

Lester N. Kolman Instructor in Dermatology 

LuciLE J. C.-vldwtell Instructor in Dermatology 

Mark B. Hollander Instructor in Dermatology 

Benjamin Highstein Instructor in Dermatology 

R. C. V. Robinson Instructor in Dermatology 

V. Harwood Link Assistant in Dermatology 

The third year class receives six lecture-demonstrations on the principles of 
dermatolog}' by Dr. Robinson. 

The senior course consists of demonstrations of the common skin diseases and 
venereal diseases given throughout the year by Dr. Robinson and staff. A weekly 
lecture-demonstration is given to the whole senior class by Dr. Robinson and 
Dr. EUis. 

Daily demonstrations and conferences are carried on by the out-patient staff in 
the dermatologic clinic involving both skin diseases and venereal diseases. 



Third year 15 hours 

Fourth Year 49 hours 

Total 64 hours 

ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY 

Allen Fiske Voshell Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Compton Riely Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Harry L. Rogers Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Moses Gellman Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Henry F. Ullrich Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

I. H. Maseritz Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Milton J. Wilder Instructor in Orthopaedic Surger>' 

Jason H. Gaskel Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

John V. Hopkins Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Didactic, clinical, bedside and out-patient instruction is given in the fourth 
year at the University and Mercy Hospitals and Dispensaries, Keman Hospital 
for Crippled Children at Dickeyville and Baltimore City Hospitals. Instruction 
is also given in the third year in small groups at the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

Weekly lectures throughout the year present all phases of orthopaedic surger>' 
except fractures; brief discussions and demonstrations of physical therapy are 
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Fourth year groups are given more intimate instruction biweekly at one of the 
above institutions; fracture cases are included here. 

Third year 60 hours 

Fourth year 90 hours 

Total 150 hours 

RfflNOLOGY AND LARYNGOLOGY 

Edward A. Looper Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Waitman F. Zinn Clinical Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Franklin B. Anderson Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Benjamin S. Rich Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

W. Raymond McKenzie Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Fayne A. Kayser Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Theodore A. Schwartz Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Frederick T. Kyper Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Samuel L. Fox Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Benjamin H, Isaacs Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Robert Z. Berry Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology 

John H. Hirschfeld Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Third Year, Instruction to whole class is given in the common diseases of the 
nose and throat, attention being especially directed to infections of the accessory 
sinuses, the importance of focal infections in the etiology of general diseases and 
modem methods of diagnosis. Lectures illustrated by lantern slides are given 
one hour weekly for seven weeks by Dr. Looper. 

Fourth Year. Dispensary instruction is given for one and one-half hours daily, 
to small sections at the University and the Mercy Hospitals. The student is 
afforded an opportunity to study, diagnose and treat patients under supervision. 
Ward classes and clinical demonstrations are given in periods of one and one-half 
hours weekly throughout the session in the University and the Mercy Hospitals. 

The Looper Clinic for bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy, recently established 
in the University Hospital, affords unusual opportunities for students to study 
diseases of the larynx, bronchi and esophagus. The clinic is open to students 
daily from 2 to 4 P.M. under direction of Dr. Looper. 

The Mercy Hospital clinic for bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy is under the 
direction of Dr. Zinn. In these two clinics the etiology, symptomatology, diag- 
nosis and treatment of foreign bodies in the air and food passages, as well as 
bronchoscopy, are taught to students as an aid in the diagnosis and treatment of 
diseases of the lungs. 

Third year ^ 9 hours 

Fourth year 53 hours 

Total 62 hours 



ORGANIZATION OP THE CURRICULUM 73 

GENITO-URINARY SURGERY 

W. Houston Toulson Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Kenneth D. Legge Professor of Clinical Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Howard B. Mays Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Francis VV. Gillis Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgary 

Austin H. Wood Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Lyle J. Millan Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

L. K. Fargo Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

John F. Hogan Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

W. A. H. Councill Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Hugh Jewett Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Morris A. Fine Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

John S. Haines Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Third Year. This course is given for seven hours to the whole class. It con- 
sists of lectures and demonstrations, including the use of lantern slides and motion 
pictures. Dr. Toulson. 

Fourth Year. The course in this year includes explanations and demonstrations 
of urethroscopy, cystoscopy, ureteral catheterization, renal function tests, urog- 
raphy, urine cultures and the various laboratory procedures. The teaching con- 
sists of clinics and ward rounds to small groups, and attendance by members of 
the senior class upon the out-patients in the dispensary. The student here is 
placed much on his own responsibility in arriving at a diagnosis. Members of 
the staff are in constant attendance for consultations. These dispensary classes 
are conducted at both the Mercy and University Hospitals where practically 
every variety of urogenital disease is seen and used for teaching purposes. 

Third year 8 hours 

Fourth year 64 hours 

Total „ 72 hours 

PROCTOLOGY 

Charles F. Blake Professor of Proctology 

Monte Edwards Clinical Professor of Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Proctology 

Simon H. Brager Associate in Proctology 

Donald B. Hebb Assistant in Proctology 

William T. Supik Assistant in Proctology 

Raymond M. Cunningham Assistant in Proctology 

Third Year. Seven lectures are given to the whole class. This course is for 
instruction in the diseases of the colon, sigmoid flexure, rectum and anus, and 
covers the essential features of the anatomy and physiology of the large intestine 
as well as the various diseases to which it is subject. Dr. Monte Edwards, 

Fourth Year. Ward and dispensar>^ instruction is given in the University and 
Mercy Hospitals, where different phases of the various diseases are taught by 
direct observation and examination. The use of the proctoscope and sigmoido- 



74 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

scope in the examination of the rectum and sigmoid is made famihar to each stu- 
dent. Mercy Hospital — Drs. Blake and Brager. University Hospital — Drs. 

Monte Edwards and Adams. 

Third year 7 hours 

Fourth year 16 hours 

Total 23 hours 

OTOLOGY 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Clinical Professor of Otology 

Franklin B. Anoerson Associate Professor of Otology 

Benjamin S. Rich Associate in Otology 

William A. Parr Instructor in Otology 

Frederick T. Kyper Instructor in Otology 

Samuel L. Fox Instructor in Otology 

The course in otology is planned to give a practical knowledge of the anatomy 
and physiology of the ear, and its proximity and relationship to the brain and other 
vital structures. The inflammatory diseases, their etiology, diagnosis, treatment 
and complications are particularly stressed, with emphasis upon their relationship 
to the diseases of children, head-surgery and neurology. 

Third Year, The whole class is given instruction by means of talks, anatomical 
specimens and lantern sHdes. 

Fourth Year. Small sections of the class receive instruction and make personal 
examinations of patients under the direction of an instructor. The student is 
urged to make a routine examination of the ear in his ward work in general medi- 
cine and surgery. 

Third year 12 hours 

Fourth year 40 hours 

Total 52 hours 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

Charles Bagley, Jr Professor of Neurological Surgery 

Richard G. Coblentz Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery 

James G. Arnold, Jr Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery 

John A. Wagner Assistant Professor of Pathology and Neuropathology 

Raymond K. Thompson Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

Frank J. Otenasek Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

John W. Chambers Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

Robert M. N. Crosby Fellow in Neurological Surgery 

Third Year. The course covers instruction in diagnosis and treatment of 
surgical conditions of the brain, spinal cord and the peripheral nerves. Drs. 
Bagley, Coblentz, Arnold and Thompson. 

Fourth Year. Weekly ward rounds and conferences are given at the University 
Hospital. Drs. Bagley, Coblentz, Arnold and Thompson. 

Third year 12 hours 

Fourth year 30 hours 

Total 42 hours 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 75 

ONCOLOGY 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery 

Beverley C. Compton Associate in Gynecology 

John C. Dumler Associate in Gynecology 

E. Eugene Covington Associate in Surgery 

Arthur G. Si^vinski Associate in Surgery 

J. DuER MooRES Instructor in Surgery 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Instructor in Gynecology 

William K. Deehl Instructor in G>'necology 

Everett S. Diggs Assistant in Gynecology 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr National Cancer Institute Trainee 

James W. Hendrick National Cancer Institute Trainee 

The purpose of the courses in Oncology is to give students training in the 
diagnosis and treatment of neoplastic diseases not obtained in other departments 
and at the same time to correlate this training with that received in surgery, 
medicine, roentgenology and other specialties. 

Third Year: An out-patient clinic is held twice weekly, which affords an op- 
portunity for instruction in small groups of students assigned in rotation from 
the general surgical and gynecological sections. The gynecological problems are 
under the supervision of Dr. Hundley and the general surgical conditions are 
under the direction of Dr. Ward. 

In addition to dispensary work, five lectures in general oncology are given 
by Dr. Ward to the entire class at the end of the year. The increasing impor- 
tance of the cancer problem throughout the State, Nation and civilized world 
is emphasized. An introduction to the history, physics and practical applica- 
tion of radium is given. The diagnosis and treatment, both surgical and ra- 
diological, of neoplasms of the head and neck, oral cavity, skin, breasts and 
hemopoietic system are also covered. 

Fourth Year: Each ward class meets for one and one-half hours once a week 
for five weeks with Dr. Ward and staff for demonstration and discussion of pa- 
tients with neoplastic diseases. 

Dr. Hundley and staff give instructions in the diagnosis and treatment of 
cancer of the generative organs during the regular gynecological courses in ad- 
dition to the above mentioned dispensary instruction. 

Third year 8 hours 

Fourth year 16 hours 

Total 24 hours 

DENTISTRY 

^Brice M. Dorsey Professor of Oral Surgery 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

^Edward C. Dobbs Professor of Pharmacology 

Frederick C. Dye Professor of Anaesthesiology 

^ Faculty member. School of Dentistry. 



76 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Weenon D. Kaufman Associate Professor of Oral Surgery 

'J. Herbert VVilkerson Associate Professor of Oral Surgery 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Oral Surgery 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

iSamuel H. Bryant Instructor in Oral Diagnosis 

^Eugene L. Pessagno Instructor in Operative Dentistry 

iLewis C. Toomey Instructor in Oral Surgery 

This section has been reorganized for the teaching of both medical and dental 
students. There has been established a division in the out-patient department, 
and beds will be provided in the University Hospital, for the care of patients who 
will be available for the teaching of students from both schools. 

Senior year: clinics weekly. 

Ward instruction and group teaching are given. This includes diagnosis and 
treatment of diseases of the face, mouth and jaws. 

INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE AND SURGERY 

G. Carroll Lockard Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Charles A. REiFSCHNEroER Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

TmjRSTON R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

This section is under the combined supervision of the medical and surgical 
departments. It is a cooperative effort by members of the medical school and 
hospital staff to afford means for clinical and laboratory study of the patient who 
has been subjected to traumatic or medical industrial hazard, so that adequate 
care may be instituted to promote his physical well-being. The facilities of the 
laboratories of the medical school and hospital are available as required. 

Under direction of this department limited undergraduate instruction is given, 
especially in the methods of examination and of keeping records and in the general 
medico-legal principles as they affect the industrial employee, the employer, the 
general insurers, the physician and the hospital. There is also instruction on 
methods of making life insurance and other physical examinations, whether for 
employment or for health purposes. The wards of the University, Mercy and 
Baltimore City Hospitals provide for bed-side instruction. 

Total hours: 48. 

FIRST AID INSTRUCTION 

Instruction consists of lectures combined with practical demonstrations and 
actual practice by students for one hour a week for ten weeks during the second 
semester of the Freshman Year. 

PLASTIC SURGERY 

Edward A. Kitlowski Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery 

Clarence P. Scarborough Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

James W. Hendrick Assistant in Plastic Surgery 



ORGANIZATION OP TEE CURRICULUM 77 

This course is designed to acquaint students with the problems of reconstruc- 
tive and plastic surgery. A subdivision in the dispensary has been established 
and beds for patients will be available for instruction in this course at the Univer- 
sity and Baltimore City Hospitals and Keman's Hospital for Crippled Children. 

Third Year. Five lectures are given to the whole class. Dispensary instruction 
is provided on Monda3rs and Fridays. 

Fourth Year. Ward rounds and operative demonstrations are held at the 
hospitals. 

DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS 

Louis H. Douglass Professor of Obstetrics 

J. McFarland Bergland Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

Emil Novak Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

J. 0. M. Reese Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

M. Alexander Novey Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

IsADORE A. SiEGEL Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

John E. Savage Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

Margaret B. Ballard Associate in Obstetrics 

Hugh B. McNally Associate in Obstetrics 

D. McClelland Dixon Associate in Obstetrics 

D. Frank Kaltrelder Associate in Obstetrics 

Frank K. Morris Instructor in Obstetrics 

j. Huff Morrison Instructor in Obstetrics 

Kenneth B. Boyd Assistant in Obstetrics 

Thomas S. Bowyer Assistant in Obstetrics 

Maxwell L. Mazer Assistant in Obstetrics 

W. Kenneth Mansfleld, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

George H. Davis Assistant in Obstetrics 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

J, King B, E. Seegar, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

Schuyler G. Kohn Assistant in Obstetrics 

John H. Morrison Assistant in Obstetrics 

Melvin D. Kappelman Assistant in Obstetrics 

William A. Mitchell Assistant in Obstetrics 

T. Edgie Russell, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

L. Calvin Gareis Assistant in Obstetrics 

Third Year. The lectures and recitations consisting of three hours' teaching 
weekly are designed to cover the anatomy of the female generative tract and the 
bony pelvis, the physiology and development of the ovum and the physiology of 
pregnancy and labor. Following this the pathology of pregnancy, labor and the 
puerperium are taken up. Drs. Douglass, Novak, Reese, Siegel and Savage. 

Each student spends time during his junior year at the Baltimore City Hospitals 
observing, assisting and finally deHvering patients under strict supervision. Each 
student sees about twenty deliveries there, and does a considerable amount of the 
routine work. 

The junior students are assigned as assistants to the seniors in the home delivery 
service and accompany them on deliveries. 

Each student receives, in small groups, ten hours of instruction in palpation of 



78 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

patients and mensuration of the pelvis and demonstrations of the mechanism of 
labor. Drs. Siegel and McNally. 

Fourth Year. At the weekly clinical conference, cases are presented and dis- 
cussed and the student body is encouraged to offer opinions and to ask questions. 
There is no didactic teaching done, and an earnest effort is made to keep it, in 
every sense of the word, a conference. Dr. Douglass and associates. 

The ward classes are held twice weekly for five weeks for each group. Various 
subjects are assigned and discussed, patients and their histories are presented. 
Drs. Reese, Novey, Savage and McNally. 

Manikin instruction is given once a week. Drs. Dixon, Kaltreider and Doeller. 

During the same five-week period, the students are sent into patients' homes 
to conduct deliveries under supervision of a senior member of the house staff and 
with the assistance of a graduate nurse. The student is held responsible for the 
complete conduct of each assigned case. 

Each student spends thirty hours in the prenatal clinic, takmg histories and 
examining patients under supervision. 

Finally, the students are invited to attend the monthly meetings of The Com- 
mittee on Maternal Mortality, where all maternal deaths occurring in Baltimore 
are openly discussed. Hours— Third year — 148; Fourth year— 102; total — 250. 

DEPARTMENT OF GYNECOLOGY 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of G>Tiecology 

Thomas K. Galvin Clinical Professor of Gynecology 

Leo Brady Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Edward P. Smith Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

John T. Hibbitts Associate in Gynecology 

Kenneth B. Boyd Associate in Gynecology 

John C. Dumler Associate in Gynecology 

Beverley C. Compton Associate in Gynecology 

Houston Everett Associate in Gynecology 

J. J. Erwin Associate in Gynecology 

Frank K. Morris Associate in Gynecology 

Ernest L Cornbrooks, Jr Instructor in Gynecology 

Everett S. Diggs Instructor in G3-necology 

William K. Diehl Instructor in Gynecology 

Thomas S. Bowyer Instructor in G>Tiecology 

Ernest S. Edlow Instructor in Gynecology 

W. Allen Deckert Instructor in Genecology 

H. L. Granoff Assistant in Gynecology 

Helen L Maginnis Assistant in Gynecology 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr Assistant in Gjmecology 

William A. Dodd Assistant in Gynecology 

John S. Haught Assistant in Gynecology 

Harry McB. Beck Assistant in Gynecology 

Charles B. Marek Assistant in Gynecology 

William C. Duffy Assistant in Gynecology 

Joseph C. Sheehan Assistant in Gynecology 

William J. Rysanek Assistant in Gynecology 

Harry F. Kane Assistant in Gynecology 

Robert B. Tunney Assistant in Gynecology 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 79 

Third Year. A course of thirty lectures and recitations is given to the whole 
class. In addition, a short course of lecture-demonstrations is given at the Balti- 
more City Hospitals, consisting of eight periods of one hour each, in which small 
groups of students are instructed in the fundamentals of gynecological diagnosis 
and examination. 

Fourth Year. Operative clinics — lectures and demonstrations — are given six 
hours per week, for five weeks, to sections of the class. 

Instruction in female urology is given. A small number of students may at- 
tend the cystoscopic dispensary which is held twice weekly. 

The course in gynecology also includes instruction in the diagnosis and treat- 
ment of cancer of the generative organs. Small groups of students attend the 
oncological dispensary for additional work. 

Third year 38 hours 

Fourth year 74 hours 

Total 112 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Clyde A. Clapp Professor of Ophthalmology 

H. K. Fleck Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 

Henry F. Grapp Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 

Jonas Friedenwald Lecturer in Ophthalmic Pathology 

Joseph L Kemler Associate in Ophthalmology 

F. Edwin Knowles, Jr Associate in Ophthalmology 

F. A. Holden Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Milton C. Lang Instructor in Ophthalmology 

A. Kremen Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Jerome Snyder Assistant in Ophthalmology 

Frederick M. Reese Assistant in Ophthalmology 

Third Year. Second semester. Dr. Graff reviews the anatomy and physiology 
of the eye and discusses the methods used in making the various examinations. 
Errors of refraction and their effect upon the general system are explained. Weekly 
section work, demonstrating the use of the ophthalmoscope, is carried on during 
the entire session. 

Fourth Year. Clinics and demonstrations are given in diseases of the eye, 
weekly, for one year. Dr. Clapp. 

This course consists of lectures upon the diseases of the eye, with particular 
reference to their diagnosis and relation to general medicine. Special lectures 
will be given upon vascular changes in the eye and upon the pathology of the eye. 
Some operations will be demonstrated by motion pictures. 

Weekly ward classes are held at the University, The Baltimore Eye, Ear and 
Throat and Mercy Hospitals during which the eye grounds in the various medical 
and surgical conditions are demonstrated. Also daily demonstrations are given 
in the taking of histories and the diagnosis and treatment of the various conditions 
as seen in the dispensary. Drs. Kemler, Graff and Knowles. 

Third year 20 hours 

Fourth year 104 hours 

Total 124 hours 



80 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

DEPARTMENT OF ROENTGENOLOGY 

Walter L. Kilby Professor of Roentgenology 

Charles N. Davidson Associate Professor of Roentgenology 

Asa D. Young Assistant Professor of Roentgenology 

Stanley H. Macht Assistant Professor of Roentgenology 

Donald J. Barnett Associate in Roentgenology 

Hugh D. V.^zzana Fellow in Roentgenology 

During the academic year, small groups of the third and fourth year classes are 
given weekly instruction in the diagnostic and therapeutic uses of the Roentgen 
rays. An effort is made to familiarize the student with the indications for and the 
limitations of the Roentgen ray examinations. The history, physics and practical 
therapeutic application of Roentgen rays are given stressing the use of radiation 
as a weapon now available in a variety of disorders of the human body ranging from 
simple inflammations to malignant neoplastic conditions. Conferences are held 
with the various departments during the school year which are also open to mem- 
bers of the fourth year class. 

Third year 8 hours 

Fourth year 22 hours 

Total 30 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY 

Frederick C. Dye Professor of Anaesthesiology 

Alfred T. Nelson Assistant Professor of Anaesthesiology 

THIRD YEAR 

Lectures are given on the general physiology and pharmacology of anesthesia, 
with consideration of the special physiology and pharmacology of each anaesthetic 
agent. The methods of induction and administration of anaesthesia are discussed. 
The factors influencing the selection of the anaesthetic are emphasized, and the 
preparation and care of the anaesthetized patient are carefully explained. 

These lectures are correlated with practical demonstrations, supplemented by 
lantern slides and motion pictures, at the University Hospital. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Each senior student is required to spend two hours daily for two weeks observing 
and admmistering anaesthetics in the operating suite. 

Third year 10 hours 

Fourth year 24 hours 

Total 34 hours 

HISTORY OF MEDICINE 
Louis A. 1^[. Krause Associate Professor of Medicine 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 81 

Beginning with the spring of 1942 a group of lectures on the history of medicine 
has been presented on selected phases and trends of the development of medical 
knowledge and practice. It is planned to avoid duplication of subject matter 
for at least four years. 

These lectures are offered primarily for our students, but a cordial invitation 
is extended to anyone who may wish to attend. 

Announcement of the lectures will be made by mail and on the bulletin 
board of the School of Medicine. 

ART AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE 

Carl Dame Clarke Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine 

Richard Dowell Grill Instructor in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Nancy Jane Ferneyhough Fellow in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Carl CmiiSTiAN Stein Fellow in Art as Applied to Medicine 

This department is maintained for the purpose of supplying pictorial and plastic 
illustrations for visual teaching in the classrooms of the medical school and for 
publication in scientific periodicals. 

Special courses of instruction are given to qualified students. 

POSTGRADUATE COURSES 
Committee on Postgraduate Studies 

Howard M. Bubert, Chairman Otto C. Brantigan, 

Dietrich C. Smith, 1st Vice-chairman William K. Diehl, 

L. A. M. Krause, 2nd Vice-chairman John C. Krantz, Jr., 

Milton S. Sacks, Secretary Eduard Uhlenhuth, 

John A. Wagner, Allen F. Voshell, 

The Dean— £:^ Officio 

Immediately after the war, in response to a great number of requests, a review 
course in medicine, surgery, gynecology, obstetrics and pediatrics was given. 
This course lasted over a period of eight weeks. Because of the success achieved, 
the course was repeated, beginning on October 2, 1946 and running through 
November 27, 1946, and, whereas the participants were enthusiastic in their praise, 
the enrolment was small. Consequently, the Committee decided that the need 
for this particular t}^e of course had been satisfied and the course was discontinued. 
At the present time, the following courses are being given: 
General Anatomy ''A" This course is designed to prepare candidates for the 
anatomy examination of the American Board of General Surgery and Surgical 
Specialties. There is no hard and fast rule about either the content or duration 
of the course. Students may dissect a complete cadaver or any particular region 
in which they may be interested. Tuition arranged according to course content. 

Surgical Anatomy "B" This course is designed to prepare candidates for the 
examination in Anatomy of the American Board of Surgery. This is a ninety- 



82 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

hour course, (2 days a week, 3 hours a day) given in conjunction with the regular 
sophomore medical course in surgical anatomy. Tuition: $150.00. 

Pathology "A" This course offers basic training in general pathology in ful- 
fillment of requirements as set up by the American Board of Pathology. Students 
will receive training in autopsy and surgical patholog>^ Minimum duration of 
the course is one year full time. Tuition: $300.00. 

Pathology "B" This course is designed to prepare candidates for certification 
in surgery, surgical specialties and internal medicine. Individuals will receive 
training in autopsy and surgical pathology. Minimum duration is full time, six 
months. Tuition: $150.00. 

Pathology "C" This course is designed to aid in meeting the requirements of 
the specialty boards in neurological sciences and covers basic studies in diseases 
of the central nervous system. Duration is six months, full time. Tuition: 
$200.00, plus $10.00 laborator>^ fee. 

Gynecology and Obstetrics "A" This is a review for general practitioners. 
Duration is eighteen hours each of gynecology and obstetrics per week for twelve 
weeks. Tuition: $150.00. 

Gynecology, Oncology and Female Urology "B" This is a review designed pri- 
marily for the general practitioner. Duration is ten weeks, full time. Tuition: 
$125.00. 

Full descriptions of these courses are available. 

Inquiries should be addressed to The Postgraduate Committee, University of 
Maryland School of Medicine, 29 S. Greene Street, Baltimore 1, Maryland. 



FIRST YEAR SCHEDULE 
FffiST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 18, 1947 TO JANUARY 24, 1948 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday I Friday 


Saturday 


9.00 
to 

12.00 


•Histology and 

Embryology 

11-12 lecture 

Bresiler 2 


Orientation 

(Sept. 24-Oct. 8) 

Adm. 1 


•Histology and 

Embryol<^y 

11-12 lecture 

Bressler 2 


Gross Anatomy 

A. H. 9-11 


12.00 
to 

1.00 


Lunch 




1.00 

to 

5.00 


Gross Anatomy 
Lectures A.H. (1-2) Daily and Laboratories Bressler 1 (2-5) Daily 





Course ends January 16, 1948. 

SECOND SEMESTER, JANUARY 26 TO JUNE 5, 1948 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


9.00 

to 
12.00 


Laboratory 

Biol. Chem. 
Sect. A 


Laboratory 

Biol. Chem. 
Sect. B 


Laboratory 

Biol. Chem. 
Sect. A 


Laboratory 

Biol. Chem. 
Sect. B 


Neuro-Anatomy 
Laboratory 


Neuio- Anatomy 
Laboratory 


12.00 
to 
1.00 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 




1.00 

to 

2.00 


Biol. Chem. 
Adm.l 


Biol. Chem. 
Adm. I 


Biol. Chem. 
Adm. 1 


Biol. Chem. 

Adm. 1 


Biol. Chem. 
Adm.l 




2.00 

to 

3.00 


Neuro- 
physiology 
Bressler 2 


Neuro- 
physiology 
BressUr 2 


Biol. Chem. 

Conference 

Adm.l 


Gross 
Anatomy 
Adm. 1 
Feb. 12 

to 
Apr. 8 

Neuro-Anatomy 

Apr. 15 
Laboratory 


Biol. Chem. 

Conference 

Adm. 1 




3.00 

to 

5.00 




Gross 
Anatomy 

Adm. 1 

Feb. 10 

to 
Apr. 6 


Psychiatry 
(3-5) 
C.H. 


(3-4) 
First Aid 

C.H. 
January 30 
to April 9 





Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm. 1 — First Floor, Administration Building, Lombard and Greene Streets. 
A. H.— Anatomical Hall — Upper Hall, N. E. Cor, Lombard and Greene Streets. 
C. H. — Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Biological Chemistry Laboratory— Third Floor, 31 South Greene Street. 
Bressler Research Laboratory— 29 S. Greene Street. 
Gross Anatomy — First Floor . 
Histology and Embryology — Second Floor. 
Neuro-anatomy— Second Floor. 

Mid-Year Examinations— January 19-24, 1948 
Pinal Examinations— May 24-29, 1943 



SECOND YEAR SCHEDULE 
FIRST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 18, 1947 TO JANUARY 24, 1948 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 
9.30 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Medicine 
Bressler 2 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 




Psychiatry 


9.30 

to 

10.30 


Physiology 
Conference 
Bressler 2 


Bacteriology 
Adm. 1 




Pharmacology 
BressUr 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


(9-11) 
Adm. 1 


10.30 

to 
12.30 


tBacteriology 
Laborator>' 


Neurological 

Diagnosis 

C.H. 




12.30 


Limch 




1.00 

to 

5.00 


Pharm. Lect. (1-2) Bressler 2 

Pharmacology Laboratory 

B 1 A 

Physiology Laboratory 

A 1 B 




Pharmacology Laboratory 

(1 to 4) 

B 1 A 

Physiology Laboratory 

A 1 B 





t Bacteriology Laboratory — Section work during the last month. 



SECOND SEMESTER, JANUARY 26 TO JUNE 5, 1948 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 

to 
9.30 


Surgery 
Bressler 2 


Surgery 
Bressler 2 


Surgical 
Anatomy 
Bressler 2 


Medical Clinic 
Amp. 


Physical 
Diagnosis 

Adm. 1 
7 lectures 




9.30 

to 
10.30 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Laboratory 

Bressler 1 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 




10.30 

to 
11.30 


Pathology 
C.H. 


Pathology 
C.H. 


Pathology 
C.H. 


Pathology 
C.U. 




11.30 






Lunch 








12.00 

to 
2.00 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Immunology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 




2.00 

to 
3.00 


Surgical 
Anatomy 
Adm.l 


II Immunology 
Laboratory 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sect. A 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

Sect. B 

(3.00-5.00) 

U.H.D. 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sect. B 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

Sut.A 

(3.00-5.00) 

U. H. D. 




3.00 

to 
5.00 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Laboratory 

Bressler 1 


Optional period 
Pathology 

Immunology 





8 Immunology Laboratory — Section work during last two months. 

Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm. 1— First floor, Administration Building, Lombard and Greene Streets. 
C. H.— Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Amp. — Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre, New University Hospital, Greene and Redwood Streets, Eighth Floor. 

U. H. D.— University Hospital Dispensary, Old Hospital Building. 
Laboratories: 

Physiology, Pharmacology, Surgical Anatomy— Bressler Building. 
Bacteriology, Immunology, Pathology, Second Floor, 31 S. Greene Street. 
Mid-Year Examinations— January 19-24, 1948 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 



85 



THIRD YEAR SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 18, 1947 TO JUNE 5, 1948 



SCHEDULE 1 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 
to 

9.20 


(Whole Class) 

Obstetrics 

C.H. 

t Gynecology 

Mar. 22 to 
May 10 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 
C.H. 


(Whole Class) 

Obstetrics 

C.H. 

tGynecoIogy 

Mar. 24 to 

May 12 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 
C.H. 


(Whole Class) 

Pathology 

C.H. 


(Whole ClaM) 

Surgery 

C.H. 

tAnaesthesiology 

Mar. 13 to May 15 

Amp. 


9.30 

to 
10.00 


Transfer to Baltimore City Hospitals 


10.00 

to 
12.00 


Physical Diagnosis, Pathology, Neurology and Pediatrics at B. C. H. 


12.00 
to 

1.00 


Transfer 

and 
Lunch 


Transfer 

and 

Lunch 


Lunch 


Transfer 

and 

Lunch 


Lunch 




1.00 

to 

2.00 


(Whole Class) 
Otology, 

Nose & Throat, 

Urology, 

Proctology, 

Plastic Surgery 

c.n. 


(Whole Class) 

•Gynecology' 

tEye— 10 wks. 

Jan. 27 to 

Apr. 6 

tOncology 

—5 wks. 

Apr. 13 to 

May 11 

C.H. 


Medical 
CUnic 

B. C. E. 


(Whole Class) 

Clinical 

Pathology 

Bresskr 2 


Obstetrical 
Clinic 

B. C. H. 




2.00 

to 
4.00 


(Whole Class) 

Pathology Laboratory 

31 


Surgery 

Pediatrics 
B. C. H. 


(Whole Class) 

CUnical 

Pathology 

Laboratory 
Bressler 5 


Surgery 

Pediatrics 
B. C. H. 




4.00 

to 
5.00 


(Whole Class) 

•Physical 

Diagnosis, 

tPsychiatry, 

tLegal Medicine 

C.H. 


(Whole Class) 
Hygiene and 
Public Health 

C.H. 


Orthopaedics 

Roentgenology 

B. C. H. 


Orthopaedics 
B. C. H. 





First Semester. 



t Second Semester. 



THIRD YEAR SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 18, 1947 TO JUNE 5, 1948 



SCHEDULE 2 



Houri 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 

to 
9.20 


(Whole Class) 

Obstetrics 

C.H. 

fGynecology 

Mar. 22 to 

May 10 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 
C.H. 


(Whole Class) 

Obstetrics 

C.H. 

tGyn ecology 

Mar. 24 to 

May 12 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 
C.H. 


(Whole Class) 

Pathology 

C.H. 


(Whole Class) 

Surgery 

C.H. 

Anaesthesiology 

Mar. 13 to May 15 

Amp. 


9.30 

to 
10.20 


Pediatrics 
C.H. 


•Medicine 
C.H. 


•Medicine 
C.H. 


•Therapeutics 
C.H. 


•Mediant 
C.H. 


Neurology 
C.H. 


10.30 

to 
12.30 


Operative Suigery-^Bressler 6 
Medical and Surgical Dispensaries— (Univ. and Mercy Sections) 


12.30 

to 
1.00 


Lunch 




1.00 

to 

2.00 


Sam( 
Sched 


;as 
ulel 


Medical 
Clinic 
Amp. 


Same as 
Schedule 1 


Psychiatry 
Dermatology 

U. H. Disp. 




2.00 

to 
4.00 


Ophthalmoscopy 
(5 weeks) 
B. E. H. 

Obstetrics 

(5 weeks) 

Univ. Hosp. Disp. 










Otology (5 wks.) 

Univ. Hosp. 

3-C 








4.00 

to 
5.00 




Obstetrics 
Br. 2 





• Pediatrics, May 4-14 

The Junior Class will be divided into two sections — A and B. Each section reports to classes in keeping with the 
following schedule assignment, in which the letters represent the class sections and the numerals indicate the schedules to 
be followed for the periods shown. 



Schedule Assignment 

Periods 

September 18, 1947 to January 24, 1948 _ ^ 

January 26 to May 15, 1948 ...- 

Locations of Lecture Halls, etc. 

A. H.— Anatomical Hall, Upper Hall, N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Amp. — Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre, New University Hospital, Eighth Floor, 

B. C. H.— Baltimore City Hosps., 4940 Eastern Ave. 

B. E. H.— Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, 1214 EuUw Place. 
Bressler— Brcssler Building, 29 S. Greene Street. 

C. H. — Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Univ. Hosp. — New University Hospital, Greene and Redwood Streets. 

U. H. Disp.— Old Hospital Building, S. W. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
31—31 South Greene Street. 

Clinical Pathology Laboratory — Fifth Floor, Bressler Building. 
Pathology Laboratory— 31 South Greene Street, Special Rooms, Basement. 
Mid-Year Examinations— January 19-24, 1948 
Final ExaminaHans—May 17-29, 1948 



Sections and Schedules 

A-1, B-2 

B-1, A-2 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 



87 



FOURTH YEAR SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 18, 1947 TO JUNE 5, 1948 
UNIVERSITY SECTION 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday | Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


9.00 

to 
11.00 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 
Surgery 
Obstetrics 
•Pediatrics 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 

Surgery 

Gynecology 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 
Surgery 
Obstetrics 
•Pediatrics 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 

Surgery 

Gynecology 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 
Surgery 
Obstetrics 
•Pediatrics 


Ward Classes 

Median* 
Surgery 
Gynecology 
•Pediatrics 


11.00 

to 
12.00 


Clinical 
Clerkships 


Ward Work 


Clinical 
Pathological 
Conference 

C.E. 


Surgical 
Clinic 

Amp. 


Medical 
Clinic 

Amp. 


Pediatric 
Clinic 

Amp. 


12.00 

to 

2.00 


Dispensary, 
Lunch 


Dispensary, 
Lunch 


Dispensary, 
Lunch 


Dispensary, 
Lunch 


Dispensary, 
Lunch 


(12-1) 
Orthopaedic 

CllJQic 

Amp. 


2.15 

to 

3.15 


Dermatology 

Clinic 

1st time 

Full Class 

Amp. 
thereafter 
University 
Dispensary 


Neurology 
Clinic 

Amp. 


Eye and Ear 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


Obstetrical 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


Hygiene and 
Public Health 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


(1-2) 
i.Dermatology 

Amp. 




Ward Classes 

See special 

schedule 

Medical School 

bulletin board 


Ward Classes 


Ward Classes 


Ward Classes 


Ward Classes 






Medicine 




Therapeutics 


Neurology 


Medical Section 


3.30 

to 

5.00 


Proctology 


Urology 
Amp. 


Nose and 
Throat 


Orthopaedic 
Surgery 
{Kernan 
Hospital) 


Surgical Section 




Oncology 

(3.30-4.30) 

Amp. 


Eye and Ear 




Psychiatry 
Amp. 


Special Section 



(•)— Mercy special group, divided attendance at Univ. and Mercy. 
University Sections on Medicine and Gynecology report at 8.30. 

The Senior Class is divided into two sections, which report, one at Lombard and Greene Streets, the other at Calvert 
and Saratoga Streets for one semester each, then rotate. 

Each section of the class is divided into three groups — Medical, Surgical, and Special. These groups will rotate on 
the following dates: 

First Semester Second Semester 

1st period Sept. 18-Oct. 25 1st period Jan. 26-Feb. 28 

2nd period Oct. 27-Xov. 29 2nd period Mar. 1-Apr. 10 

3rd period Dec. 1-Jan. 17 3rd period Apr. 12-May 8 

C. n.— Chemical Hall— N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Amp. — Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre — New University Hospital. 
Room 34 — Second floor, Calvert and Saratoga Streets. 
Univ. Seciion Dispensary schedule posted in Old Hospital Bldg. 
Mercy Section Dispensary schedule shown under Mercy Section. 

Mid-Year Examinalions— January 19-24, 1948 
Final Examinations— May 10-15, 1948 



FOURTH YEAR SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 18, 1947 TO JUNE 5, 1948 
MERCY SECTION 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 




9.00 

to 

10.00 


Clinical 
Clerkships 


Surgical 
Pathology or 
Chest Surgery 

Room 34 


Clinical 
Pathological 
Conference 

Room 34 


Surgical 
Clinic 

Room 34 


Medical 
Clinic 

Room 34 


Pediatric 
Clinic 

Room 34 






Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 




10.00 
to 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group A 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group B 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group A 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group B 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group A 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group B 


Medical 
Section 


12.00 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Section 




•Pediatrics 


Gynecology 
•Pediatrics 


•Pediatrics 


Gynecology 
•Pediatrics 


•Pediatrics 


•Pediatrics 


Special 
Section 




Lunch, 
Dispensary 


Lunch, 
Dispensary 


Lunch, 
Dispensary 


Lunch, 
Dispensary 


Lunch, 
Dispensary 


(12-1) 

Orthopaedic 

Clinic 

Room 34 






Neurology 


G.I. 


Neurology 


G.L 


Neurology 


Medical A 




Orthopaedic 


Dermatology 


Orthopaedic 


Dermatology 


Orthopaedic 


(1-2) 
Dermatology 


Medical B 


12.00 

to 
2.00 


G.U. 


G.U. 


Follow up 
Surgical Clinic 


G.U. 


G.U. 




Surgical A 


N. &T. 


Proctology 


N. &T. 


Proctology 


N. &T. 




Surgical B 




Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 




Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 

(U.H.) 




Special A 




Pediatrics 

(U.H.) 




Pediatrics 

(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 

(U.H.) 




Special B 


2.15 

to 

3.15 


Dermatology 

Clinic 

1st time 

Full Class 

Amp. 
thereafter 
University 
Dispensary 


Neurology 
Clinic 

Room 34 


Eye and Ear 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


Obstetrical 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


Hygiene and 
Public Health 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 








See Special 
Schedule 


Medicine 


G.L 


Medicine 


Neurology 




Medical 
Section 


3.30 

to 

5.00 


Orthopaedics 


N. &T. 


Proctology 


Roentgenology 




Surgical 
Section 




Pediatrics 


Public Health 


Pediatrics 

(U.H.) 


Psychiatry 

(U.H.) 




Special 
Section 



• Mercy special group, divided attendence at Univ. and Mercy. 
University Sections on Medicine and Gynecology report at 8.30. 

The Senior Class is divided into two sections, which report, one at Lombard and Greene Streets, the other at Calvert 
and Saratoga Streets for one semester each, then rotate. 

Each section of the class is divided into three groups— Medical, Surgical, and Special. These groups will rotate oa 
the following dates: 

First Semester Second Semester 

1st period Sept. 18-Oct. 25 1st period Jan. 26-Feb. 28 

2nd period Oct. 27-Nov. 29 2nd period Mar. 1-Apr. 10 

3rd period Dec. 1-Jan. 17 3rd period Apr. 12-May 8 

C.H.— Chemical Hall — N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Amp.— Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre— New University Hospital 
Room 34— Second floor, Calvert and Saratoga Streets. 
Univ. Section Dispensary schedule posted in Old Hospital Bldg. 

Mercy Section— Dispensary schedule at Mercy Hospital shown under Mercy Section, herewith. 
Mid-Year Examinations—'ia.nu&iy 19-24, 194S 
Final Examinations— Md^y 10-15, 1948 



GRADUATES 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
AND COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 



GRADUATES, JUNE 7, 1947 



Abell, Harry Davis Kentucky 

Allen, Gladys Martha, B.S. . . Mar>-land 
Anthony, James Elmer, Jr., B.S. 

Maryland 

Beatty, John Orville, B.S Nevada 

Benson, John Fisher, B.S Man-land 

Berggreen, Raymond George, A.B. 

Minnesota 
Bdodeman, Wllliam VVylie, B.S. 

North Carolina 
Blair, James Seaborn, Jr. 

North Carolina 
Blevins, Joseph Wentdell, B.S. 

Pennsylvania 
Bricknt;r, John George, III, B.S. 

Maryland 
Bunch, Littleton Jay, A.B. 

North Carolina 

BuNN, David Glenn North Carolina 

Carouge, Gilbert Morris Maryland 

Chase, Henry Vlxcent, P/;.S.. Maryland 
CoEFEY, Michael Joseph, B.S. 

New Jersey 

Cohen, Bernard Stanley Maryland 

Cohen, Irvin, A.B Maryland 

Cooper, H.arry Douglas, ^.vS". . Mar>'land 
Cooper, William Benjamin, Jr., B.S. 

Mar>'land 
CoRziNE, William Jenkins, Jr. 

North Carolina 
CouLTAS, Elizabeth Louise, A.B. 

New Jersey 

Cushner, Irvin Morris Marj'land 

DoRMAN, Parker Sturgis, A.B. 

District of Columbia 
Du\'ALL, Robert Caywood, Jr. . Mar\dand 

Eppes, Willifoild, B.S Mar>'land 

Evans, John Ebenezer, Jr., B.S. 

North Carolina 
Faraino, Frank Anthony, B.S. 

Mar\'land 

Fink, Joel Charles, B.S .AJa'bama 

Fisher, Donald Ernst Mar\-land 

Fisher, George William, i?.5. .Mar}-land 
Fitzgerald, Robert Greeson, Jr., 

B.S. in Medicine North Carolina 

FoRRER, Gordon Randolph, B.S. 

Maryland 
Friedman, Asher Authur, ^.S.. Virginia 
Gakenheimer, William Alfred 

Maryland 

Gardner, Robert Kline Mar\-land 

Geddes, David Kofoid, 5.5.. California 
Gerlach, Jane Knowles, .4 .5.. Mary land 
GiLLSON, Edw.ard Michael, A.B. 

New Jersey 
Gold, Benjamin Miller . . North Carolina 



Grau, Edward Gordon, B.S.. .Maryland 
Grossman, Louis Ward, Jr. . Pennsylvania 
EL^.ASE, Frederick Robert. . . .Mar>^land 

Hahn, Robert Rolant) Mar>1and 

Hall, Howard Essex Maryland 

Hearne, Calvin Beck Ohio 

Hightower, John Allen Florida 

Hog.JlN, John Fr.\ncis, Jr Mar}'land 

Hooks, Rich.\rd Eugene . . North Carolina 
Houghton, James Francis .... New Jersey 
Hunter, Robert Carl, B.S.. . Maryland 
Imbrie, David Ellwood, A.B. 

Pennsylvania 
Jernig.\n, Lane McDermott. .Mar\dand 
JuDD, Allyn Francis, A.B. . Massachusetts 

Leung, Bern.ard, B.S New York 

Le\tn, Norman ]Maryland 

LiPira, Joseph Francis, B.S. . . Maryland 
Machata, Francis Karl, Ph.B. 

New York 

M.ANNiNO, Peter Paul Mar}-land 

Mansberger, Arlie Roland, Jr. 

West Virginia 
Mattern, Carl Frederick Theodore 

Maryland 
Mattern, Elizabeth Anne Dentry, 

A.B Maryland 

Mitchell, Wallace Herttell, B.S. 

Florida 

Morrow, John Gordon, Jr Georgia 

Nachlas, Nathan Edw.^rd. . . .Maryland 
Pertz, Elden Hobart, B. 6'.. West Virginia 

Phillips, David Lee, A.B Mar>-land 

Piggott, John Burr, Jr., B.S. 

District of Columbia 
Post, William Reyman, A.B. 

Mississippi 
Po\\'ell, Jack Hanson, Jr., A.B. 

Georgia 
Rasch, George Chesley, Jr., B.S. 

Mar}'land 
RiBET, James Ernest. . . .North Carolina 

Rogers, Joseph ^Megeath Virginia 

Rosser, John Hays, B.S Maryland 

Sachs, Sidney Herman Maryland 

S.alvati, Eugene Philip, A.B. 

W'est Virginia 
ScHAPiRO, Joseph Solomon .... ^Marj-land 

SCHNITZKER, WiLLIAM FREDERIC 

Mars'land 

Scott, Harry Baty Mrginia 

Sennlng, Frederick Stephen. .Maryland 

Shaw, John Hill, B.S Virginia 

Shear, Joseph Maryland 

Shulman, Melvin Maryland 

SiLBER, Earle, A.B Maryland 

Smith, John Richard, Jr., 5.5. Maryland 



90 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

Spmo, Pascal Daniel Pennsylvania Venable, Sidney Johnson, Jr., B.S. 

Stenstrom, William Harold, B. S. Maryland 

Washington Waltz, Robert Claude, B.S Ohio 

SussMAN, Harold, A.B Mar>'land White, John Phillips, HI Maryland 

SwiNK, Robert Landrum Florida Williams, James Delbert. . . .California 

Trench, James McKechan, 5.5. Williams, John Elbert California 

Pennsylvania Wenokur, George, A.B Maryland 

Valderas, Jose Gervasio. . .Puerto Rico Zinberg, Norman Earl, B.S.. .Maryland 



^ 



HONORS 
University Prize Gold Medal 

Certificates of Honor 



WiLLiEORD Eppes John George Brickner, hi 

William Alfred Gakenheimer " Bernard Stanley Cohen 

Harold Sussman 



INTERNSHIPS 1948 91 

INTERNSHIPS— GRADUATES OF JUNE 7, 1948 

July 1, 1947-June30, 1948 

Abell, Harr\ Davis, Jr St. Louis City Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. 

Allen, Gladys Martha .... Hospital of the Woman's Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Anthony, James Elmer, Jr Jefferson Hospital, Roanoke, Va. 

Beatty, John Orville Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, Ind. 

^Benson, John Fisher University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Berggreen, Raymond George Jersey City Hospital, Jersey City, N. J. 

Bindeman, William Wylie West Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Blair, James Seaborn, Jr University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville, Va. 

Blevins, Joseph Wendell Hamot Hospital, Erie, Pa. 

Brickner, John George, HI Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Bunch, Littleton Jay Colorado General Hospital, Denver, Col. 

Bunn, David Glenn Medical College of Virginia, Hospital Division, Richmond, Va. 

Carouge, Gilbert Morris South Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Chase, Henr.y Vincent Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Coffey, Michael Joseph Fitkin Memorial Hospital, Neptune, N. J. 

Cohen, Bernard Stanley Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Cohen, Irvin Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Cooper, Harry Douglas South Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Cooper, William Benjamin, Jr. . . . South Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

CoRziNE, William Jenkins, Jr.-. Roper Hospital, Charleston, S. C. 

Coultas, Elizabeth Louise . . Hospital of the Woman's Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. 

CusHNER, Irvin Morris Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Dorman, Parker Sturgis Ancker Hospital, St, Paul, Minn. 

Duvall, Robert Caywood, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Eppes, Williford University Hospitals, Iowa City, Iowa 

*EvANS, John Ebenezer, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Faraino, Frank Anthony Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Fink, Joel Charles United States Army Internship 

Fisher, Donald Ernst Church Home & Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Fisher, George William Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Fitzgerald, Robert Greeson, Jr Watts Hospital, Durham, N. C. 

FoRRER, Gordon Randolph United States Marine Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Friedman, Asher Arthur Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

^Gakenheimer, William Alfred University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Gardner, Robert Kline Philadelphia General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Geddes, David Kofoid Queen's Hospital, Honolulu, Hawaii 

^Gerlach, Jane Knowles 

Research Assistant, United States Public Health Service, Bethesda, Md. 

Gillson, Edward Michael St. Joseph Hospital, Paterson, N, J. 

^GoLD, Benjamin Miller University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Grau, Edward Gordon St. Joseph's Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Grossman, Louis Ward, Jr. 

Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Haase, Frederick Robert Church Home and Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

2Hahn, Robert Roland University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 



^ Research, not an internship. 
2 July 1, 1947 to June 30, 1949 



92 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Hall, Howard Essex University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Hearne, Calvin Beck University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

HiGHTOW^R, John Allen University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Hogan, John Francis, Jr Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Hooks, Richard Eugene James Walker Memorial Hospital, Wilmington, N. C. 

Houghton, James Francis Jersey City Hospital, Jersey City, N. J. 

^Hunter, Robert Carl. University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Imbrie, David Ell wood Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Jernigan, Lane McDermott Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

JuDD, Allyn Francis South Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Leung, Bernard Fordham Hospital, New York, N. Y. 

Levin, Norman West Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

LiPiRA, Joseph Francis Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Machata, Francis Karl Charles S. Wilson Memorial Hospital, Johnson City, N. Y. 

Manning, Peter Paul Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

^Mansberger, Arlie Roland, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Mattern, Carl Frederick Theodore . . Garfield Memorial Hospital, Washington, D. C. 
Mattern, Elizabeth An-ne Dentry. . . Garfield Memorial Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

Mitchell, Wallace Herttell James M. Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Fla. 

Morrow, John Gordon, Jr Maryland General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Nachlas, Nathan Edward Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Pertz, Elden Hobart Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Phillips, David Lee University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

^Piggott, John Burr, Jr. B.S University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Post, William Reyman Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Powell, Jack Hanson, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md, 

Rasch, George Chesley, Jr Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, Ind. 

RiBET, James Ernest . . . Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rogers, Joseph Megeath Gallinger Municipal Hospital, Washington, D. C. 

grosser, John Hays University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Sachs, Sidney Herman University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Sal v ATI, Eugene Philip Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield, N. J. 

ScHAPiRO, Joseph Solomon Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, HI. 

ScHNiTZKER, WiLLiAM Frederic Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

ScOTT, Harry Baty Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Shaw, John Hill St. Agnes' Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

^Shear, Joseph University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Shulman, Melvin Queens General Hospital, Jamaica, N. Y. 

SiLBER, P^ARLE Michacl Reese Hospital, Chicago, 111. 

Smith, John Richard, Jr Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Spino, Pascal Daniel University Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Stenstrom, William Harold Augustana Hospital, Chicago, III. 

Sussman, Harold Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

SwiNK, Robert Landrum James M. Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida 

Trench, J.-vmes McKechan St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Valderas, Jose Gervasio St. Agnes' Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Venable, Sidney Johnson St. Agnes' Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Waltz, Robert Claude University Hospitals, Cleveland, Ohio 

^White, Jopes Phillips, III University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Williams, James Delbert Hospital of the Good Samaritan, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Williams, John Elbert Hospital of the Good Samaritan, Los Angeles, Calif. 

WiNOKUR, George Church Home and Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

ZdsBerg, NORM.AN Earl Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 



MATRICULATES 93 

MATRICULATES 

SENIOR CLASS, SEPTEMBER 5, 1946 TO JUNE 7, 1947 

Abell, Harry Davis, The Johns Hopkins University Kentucky 

Allen, Gladys Martha, B.S., University of Mary'land, 1943 Maryland 

Anthony, James Elmer, Jr., B.S., Washington College, 1944 Maryland 

Beatty, John Orville, B.S., University of Nevada, 1945 Nevada 

Benson, John Fisher, B.S., University of Maryland, 1945 Maryland 

Berggreen, Raymond George, A.B., Carleton College, 1943 Minnesota 

BiNDEMAN, William Wylie, B.S., Wheaton College, 1944 North Carolina 

Blair, James Seaborn, Jr., University of North Carolina; University of North 

Carolina School of Medicine, December 1943-June 1945 North CaroHna 

Blevins, Joseph Wendell, B.S., Geneva College, 1943 Pennsylvania 

Brickner, John George, III, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Mar>'land 

Bunch, Littleton Jay, A.B., University of North Carolina, 1943; University of North 

Carolina School of Medicine, December 1943-June 1945 North Carolina 

Bunn, David Glenn, University of North Carolina; University of North Carolina 

School of Medicine, December 1943-Jiine 1945 North Carolina 

Carouge, Gilbert Morris, University of Maryland Mar>'land 

Chase, Henry Vincent, Ph.B., Loyola College, 1943 Maryland 

Coffey, Michael Joseph, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1945 New Jersey 

Cohen, Bernard Stanley, University of Maryland Maryland 

Cohen, Irvin, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1944 Maryland 

Cooper, Harry Douglas, B.S., Washington College, 1941 Maryland 

Cooper, William Benjamin, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1945 Maryland 

Corzine, William Jenkins, Jr., The Citadel North Carolina 

CouLTAS, Elizabeth Louise, A.B., Goucher College, 1944 New Jersey 

CusHNER, Irvin Morris, University of Maryland Maryland 

Dorman, Parker Sturgis, A.B., Amherst College, 1943 District of Columbia 

DuvALL, Robert Caywood, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Eppes, Williford, B.S., University of Maryland, 1945 Maryland 

Evans, John Ebenezer, Jr., B.S., Davidson College, 1943 North CaroUna 

Faraino, Frank Anthony, B.S., Loyola College, 1943 Maryland 

Fink, Joel Charles, B.S., University of Alabama, 1943; Medical College of Alabama, 

December 1943-May 1945 Alabama 

Fisher, Donald Ernst, University of Maryland Mar>'land 

Fisher, George William, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1943 Maryland 

Fitzgerald, Robert Greeson, Jr., B.S. in Medicine, University of North Carolina, 

1944, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, December 1943-June 1945 

North Carolina 

Forrer, Gordon Randolph, B.S., University of Maryland, 1945 Maryland 

Friedman, Asher Authur, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Virginia 

Gakenheimer, William Alfred, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Gardner, Robert Kline, University of Maryland Maryland 

Geddes, David Kofoid, A.B., University of California, 1946 California 

Gerlach, Jane Knowles, A.B., Colorado College, 1943 Mar>dand 

GiLLSON, Edward Michael, A.B., St. Peter's College, 1943 New Jersey 

Gold, Benjamin Miller, University of North Carolina; University of North Carolina 

School of Medicine, December 1943-June 1945 North Carolina 

Grau, Edward Gordon, J^.^., Loyola College, 1943 Maryland 

Grossman, Louis Ward, Jr., Westminster College Pennsylvania 

Haase, Frederick Robert, University of Maryland Marj'land 

Hahn, Robert Roland, University of Maryland Mar>'land 

Hall, Howard Essex, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Hearne, Calvin Beck, College of Wooster Ohio 

Hightower, John Allen, Emory University, University of North Carolina School 

of Medicine, December 1943-Jime 1945 Florida 

HoGAN, John Francis, Jr., Loyola College Maryland 

Hooks, Richard Eugene, University of North Carolina; University of North Carolina 

School of Medicine, December 1943-June 1945 North Carolina 

Houghton, James Francis, Dartmouth College New Jersey 

Hunter, Robert Carl, B.S., University of Maryland, 1945 Marv-land 

Imbree, David Ell wood, A.B., Washington and Jefferson College Pennsylvania 



94 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

Jernigan, Lane McDermott, University of Maryland Maryland 

JuDD, Allyn Francis, A.B., Tufts College, 1944 Massachusetts 

Leung, Bernard, B.S., University of Maryland, 1945 New York 

Levin, Norman, University of Maryland Maryland 

LiPiRA, Joseph Francis, B.S., University of Maryland, 1945 Maryland 

Machata, Francis Karl, Ph.B., Loyola College, 1943 New York 

Mannino, Peter Paul, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Mansberger, Arlie Roland, Jr., Western Maryland College West Virginia 

Mattern, Carl Frederick Theodore, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Mattern, Elizabeth Anne Gordon Dentry, A.B., College of Notre Dame of Mary- 
land, 1943 Maryland 

Mitchell, Wallace Herttell, B.S., University of Florida, 1943 Florida 

Morrow, John Gordon, Jr., Emory ^ University Georgia 

Nachlas, Nathan Edward, University of Maryland Maryland 

Pertz, Elden Hobart, B.S., West Virginia Wesleyan College, 1947 West Virginia 

Phillips, David Lee, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Maryland 

Piggott, John Burr, Jr., B.S., Virginia Military Institute, 1943. . .District of Columbia 

Post, William Reyman, A.B., University of Mississippi, 1946 Mississippi 

Powell, Jack Hanson, Jr., A.B., Emory University, 1943 Georgia 

Rasch, George Chesley, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1945 Maryland 

Ribet, James Ernest, University of North Carolina; University of North Carolina 

School of Medicine, December 1943-June 1945 North Carolina 

Rogers, Joseph Megeath, University of Maryland Virginia 

RossER, John Hays, B.S., Wheaion College, 1943 Maryland 

Sachs, Sidney Herman, University of Maryland Maryland 

Sal V ATI, Eugene Philip, A.B., West Virginia University, 1944; West Virginia 

University School of Medicine, January 1944~June 1945 West Virginia 

ScHAPiRO, Joseph Solomon, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

ScHNiTZKER, W^iLLiAM FREDERIC, Transylvania College Maryland 

Scott, Harry Baty, University of Virginia Virginia 

Senning, Frederick Stephen, University of Maryland Maryland 

Shaw, John Hill, B.S., Hampden-Sydney College, 1943 Virginia 

Shear, Joseph, University of Maryland Maryland 

Shulman, Melvin, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

SiLBER, Earle, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1944 Maryland 

Smith, John Richard, Jr., B.S., Washington College, 1943 Maryland 

Spino, Pascal Daniel, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

Stenstrom, William H.arold, B.S., College of Puget Sound, 1943 Washington 

SussMAN, Harold, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Maryland 

SwrNfK, Robert Landrum, Emory University Florida 

Trench, James McKechan, B.S., Bethany College, 1945 Pennsylvania 

Valderas, Jose Gervasio, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Venable, Sidney Johnson, Jr., B.S., Hampden-Sydney College, 1943 Maryland 

Waltz, Robert Claude, B.S., Washington & Jeferson College, 1943 Ohio 

White, John Phillips, III, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Williams, James Delbert, Texas Technological College California 

Williams, John Elbert, Texas Technological College California 

WiNOKUR, George, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1944 Maryland 

ZiNBERG, Norman Earl, B.S., University of Maryland, 1942 Maryland 

JUNIOR CLASS, SEPTEMBER 5, 1946 TO JUNE 7, 1947 

Alecce, Angelo Andrew, B.S., Loyola College, 1945 Maryland 

Allison, George Malcolm, Marquette University Illinois 

Aponte, Joseph Louis, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

AuLD, David, Swarthmore College Maryland 

Baker, Frank William, Jr., University of Chicago Maryland 

Beyer, David Henry, Cornell University Minnesota 

BiSANAR, James Milton, Davidson College North Carolina 

Bond, Donald Buckey, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1938 Maryland 

Bronstein, Eugene Leonard, Emory University New York 

BucHNESs, John Michael, A.B., Loyola College, 1944 Maryland 

Bullock, John Boyd, University of Richmond Virginia 

Bulluck, Matt Heyer, Guilford College North Carolina 



MATRICULATES 95 

Chaimovitz, Robert, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

Chelton, Alice Katherine Graybill, University of Chicago West Virginia 

CoNDROX, James Frank, Muhlenberg College Pennsylvania 

Crecraft, Harold James, A.B., Taylor University, 1944 Pennsylvania 

Dalton, James Breckenridge, Jr., University of Richmond Virginia 

Dempsey, Raymond Joseph, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1944 Illinois 

D^Hi'ER, Frank Philip, Jr., Mt. St. Mary's College Pennsylvania 

Ensor, Robert Ellwood, Western Maryland College. . . . ^ Maryland 

''Fravel, Charles Richard, Cornell University Virginia 

Golombek, Leonard Harry, University of Maryla^id Matyland 

Grant, Bowie Lenn, Potomac State School of West Virginia Maryland 

Green, James William, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Hamrick, George Vincent, Washington University Maryland 

Hankins, John Roland, University of Virginia Virginia 

Heldrich, Frederick Joseph, Jr., A.B., Gettysburg College, 1945 Maryland 

HoBACK, Florence Kunst, A.B., West Virginia University, 1944 West Virginia 

Hobart, Richard Loren, Jr., Washington and Lee University District of Columbia 

Hollo WAY, William Jackson, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Insley, Marion Clarence, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Kastner, Lee Norman, University of Pennsylvania Maryland 

Kaufman, Raymond Henry, University of North Carolina New York 

Kemp, Katherine Verdin, A.B., College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1943. . . .Maryland 

Kents^edy, Carl Hubert, Jr., University of Virginia Pennsylvania 

Koch, Lellian Dorothy, B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

Leograndis, Stephen C, Duke University Massachusetts 

LiTHGOw, Charles Henry, Loyola College Maryland 

Mack, Harry Patterson, Washington University New York 

Mallis, Nicholas, Cornell University Maryland 

Matthews, Burton Vincent, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943; Cornell 

University Maryland 

Matthews, Rolantd Dellwood, University of North Carolina; University of North 

Carolina School of Medicine, September 1944-March 1946 North Carolina 

McCauley, Betty Jane, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Maryland 

McCrumb, Fred Rodgers, Jr., Loyola College Maryland 

MoHLER, Donald Ignatius, Jr., Loyola College Mar>'land 

Newell, Edward Alphonso, Western Maryland College Mar>'land 

NiswANDER, Guy Donald, University of Michigan West Virginias 

Nolan, Paul Vernon, B.S. in Medicine, University of North Carolina, 1945; 

University of North Carolina School of Medicine, September 1944-March 1946 

North Carolina 

Padussis, Stephen Konstant, University of Maryland Maryland 

Petersen, Phyllis Ann, A.B., University of Michigan, 1943 Maryland 

Platt, Jltlian Jay, Loyola College Maryland 

Powell, Albert Milton, Jr., University of North Carolina Maryland 

Redding, Joseph Stafford, A.B., University of North Carolina, 1943; University 

of North Carolina School of Medicine, September 1944-March 1946. .North CaroUna 

Rhyne, Jimmie Lee, University of North Carolina North Carolina 

Rodriguez, Edsel Antonio, College of the Holy Cross Puerto Rico 

Rudolph, Robert Lee, Ohio University Ohio 

Sanford, William Gordon, University of North Carolina, University of North 

Carolina School of Medicine, September 1944-March 1946 North Carolina 

ScHERR, Merle SL^NDRELL, West Virginia University West Virginia 

Schwartz, Benson Charles, University of Maryland Mar>'land 

Shell, John Robert, University of Richmond Virginia 

Silverman, Benjamin K., A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1947 Maryland 

SiLVERSTELN% Daniel Lewis, Loyola College Maryland 

SiwiNSKi, Thaddeus Charles, A.B., Loyola College, 1944 Maryland 

Smelser, Rennert M.arquette, University of Maryland Mar>'land 

Snyder, William Allen, The Johns Hopkins University Marjiand 

Stahl, Robert Ray, University of New Hampshire Pennsylvania 

Swisher, Kyle Young, Jr., Bethany College West Virginia 

* Did not complete the year — illness. 



96 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

Tarr, Norman, Washington College Maryland 

Tate, Allen Denny, Jr., B.S. in Medicine, University of North Carolina, 1945; 
University of North Carolina School of Medicine, September 1944-March 

1946 .North Carolina 

Theuerkauf, Frank Joseph, Jr., Villa Maria College Pennsylvania 

Thomas, Clyde Dana, Jr., Bethany College West Virginia 

Tmjss, William Getz, Jr., Emory University Alabama 

Walters, Hezekiah G., Jr., A.B., University of North Carolina, 1944 North Carolina 

Ware, Charles Ingersoll, Wake Forest College. New Jersey 

Waterman, Roger Sherman, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

Welborn, James Todd, B.S., Davidson College, 1944; University of North Carolina 

School of Medicine, September 1944-March 1946 North Carolina 

Whitehorn, Clark Allan, The Johns Hopkins University Michigan 

Welson, John Dean, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

WoMACK, William Spengler, Emory and Henry College Virginia 

Young, John Paul, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

SOPHOMORE CLASS, SEPTEMBER 5, 1946 TO JUNE 7, 1947 

Abraham, Robert Auman, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1945 Pennsylvania 

Bachman, Leonard, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1946 Maryland 

^Barlow, Lundie Weathers, Jr., University of Minnesota Virginia 

Barnard, John William, B.S., Milligan College, 1937 Mar>'land 

Belkin, Joseph William, College of The Holy Cross Connecticut 

Benjamin, William Philip, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1943 New York 

Blundell, Albert Edward, Temple University Utah 

Cline, James Alexander, III, University of Pennsylvania Nebraska 

^Collings, Harold, Jr., The Johns Hopkins University Indiana 

Deringer, Florence Hurtt, B.S., Washington College, 1945 Maryland 

Ensor, Wilmer Clifton, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1945 Maryland 

EuBANKS, Otha Albert, Jr., Duke University North Carolina 

Forman, Robert Blaine, University of Oregon Oregon 

Gill, Joseph Edward, Union College Pennsylvania 

^Goldstein, Arthur Jay, Bethany College New York 

GoRTEN, Martin Klaus, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1943 New Jersey 

Gray, Harry Williams, Duke University Maryland 

Harris, James Radcliffe, Temple University Pennsylvania 

Henderson, Charles Thomas, The Johns Hopkins University Illinois 

Humphreys, Charles Wesley, Jr., Duke University District of Columbia 

Knabe, George William, Jr., The Johns Hopkins University Michigan 

^Ejoeger, John Louis, A.B., St. Louis University, 1943 Missouri 

Lewis, Thomas Earl, Pennsylvania State College Pennsylvania 

Lock, Burton Vernon, The Johns Hopkins University Mar>'land 

London, Nathaniel Jacob, The Johns Hopkins University Mar>'land 

LoNGLEY, George Henry, University of Minnesota Maryland 

LuKENS, James Thomas, Vanderbilt University Pennsylvania 

Malcarney, Alberta Rose, A.B., University of Southern California, 1944. . . .California 

Mattax, Harry McCoy, Western Maryland College Maryland 

May, Homer Woodrow, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1944 Pennsylvania 

McCoRD, Charles Frederic, Pennsylvania State College Indiana 

Med airy, Mary Veronica, A.B., College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1943. . .Maryland 

^Metcalf, John Shelby, Jr., University of California California 

Middleton, Edmund Bishop, The Johns Hopkins University Rhode Island 

Miller, Max Jay, University of Richmond Maryland 

MoYER, John Lewis, III, University of Minnesota Pennsylvania 

Neumayer, Francis, University of Maryland Pennsylvania 

Newell, Josephine Evelyn, University of the State of South Carolina .... North Carolina 

NiCKLAS, Gilbert Lee, B.S., Franklin and Marsliall College, 1946 Maryland 

Panzarella, John Henry, Fordham University New York 

2 Withdrew after satisfactory completion of year. 

3 Withdrew August 30, 1946 in good standing. 
^ Did not complete the year — illness. 



MATRICULATES 97 

Parelhoff, Merrill Elliott, University of Maryland Maryland 

Fleet, Jerome, Stanford University, University of Texas School of Medicine, Sep- 
tember 1945-May 1946 Maryland 

Raskin, Howard Frank, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Reisch, Rashi Schorr, B.S., University of Miami, Florida, 1944 Florida 

Riddell, Clifford Thurston, Jr., A.B., Bridgewater College, 1933 Virginia 

RoEHRiG, Charles Burns, Vanderbilt University Massachusetts 

Sarewitz, Albert Bernard, University of Pennsylvania New Jersey 

Scher, Jordan Mayer, A.B., Wesleyan University, 1946 Maryland 

Schmale, Arthur Henry, Jr., Pennsylvania State College Nebraska 

ScHNAPER, Nathan, B.S., Washington College, 1940 Maryland 

Schreiber, Richard David, Bethany College Illinois 

Sherrard, Margaret Lee, A.B., Seton Hill College, 1945 West Virginia 

Smith, Meredith Parks, St. Lawrence University Minnesota 

Snider, Kenneth Bruce, University of Maryland Texas 

Spittell, John Allen, Jr., B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1944 Mar>'land 

Stahler, Earlin John, University of Marylatid Pennsylvania 

Stanfield, Elwin Eugene, University of Pennsylvania California 

Steckler, Robert Joseph, A.B., Evansville College, 1943 Indiana 

Stevenson, Edward Ward, Duke University Virginia 

Strahan, John Franklin, Duke University Maryland 

TiLLEY, Russell McFarlane, Jr., University of Rocliester New York 

Timanus, James Kyner, Oberlin College Ohio 

Tramer, Arnold, University of Maryland Maryland 

Trettin, Gene Douglas, Ursinus College Maryland 

Warnock, Robert George, Bates College Ohio 

Watson, Frank Yandle, Duke University North Carolina 

Welch, Elbert Sylvester, Duke University Alabama 

Wolfe, Carolyn DeWitt, A.B., Hollins College, 1945 New Jersey 

Zeegler, John Bosley, A.B., Gettysburg College, 1942 Maryland 

FRESHMAN CLASS, SEPTEMBER 5, 1946 TO JUNE 7, 1947 

Andersen, William Andrew, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Bacon, John Louis, Wagner College New York 

Bagley, Charles, B.S., Loyola College, 1945 Mar>'land 

Baumann, Wilbur Nelson, University of Maryland Maryland 

Bisgyer, Jay Lewis, University of Pennsylvania District of Columbia 

Bleecker, Harry Harlan, Jr., University of California California 

BoRGES, Francis Joseph, University of Maryland Mar>iand 

Bradshaw, Raymond, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Mar>'land 

Bronushas, Joseph Benedict B., B.S., Loyola College, 1946 Maryland 

^Brown, Lorence Francis, B.S., West Virginia Wesleyan College, 1943. . .West Virginia 

BuRKEY, Fred Jamison, St. Francis College Mar>'land 

Chelton, Louis Guy, Gettysburg College Mar>'land 

CoLLER, Jerome Joel, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1946 Mar>'land 

CoRPENNiNG, Tom Nye, University of North Carolina North Carolina 

CowEN, Joseph Robert, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Cracraft, William Atkinson, B.S., Virginia Military Institute, 1939 West Virginia 

^CuLUSON, Robert Morton, A.B., University of Iowa, 1942 Maryland 

Daly, Harold Lawrence, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Deitz, Leonard Loeb, A.B., University of North Carolina, 1946 Maryland 

Demarest, Lawrence Mann, B.S., Bowdoin College, 1945 New York 

Demmy, Nicholas, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1942 Pennsylvania 

Edmunds, Frederick Thomas, B.S., Hampden-Sydney College, 1941 West Virginia 

Farson, deCamp Butler, A.B., Goucher College, 1942 Mary-land 

^Golob, Charles George, B.S., Pennsylvania State College, 1940 Mar>'land 

GooGiNS, Charles George, B.S., University of Maryland Kansas 

Gould, Virginia Marie, B.S., Nazareth College, 1941 New York 

Greenstein, George Herbert, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1941. . .Mar>-land 

^ Did not complete the year. 

^Withdrew November 11, 1946, in good standing. 



98 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Hamberry, Leonard Gerard, A.B., Loyola College, 1940 Matyland 

Hawkins, George Kenneth, B.S., Upsala College, 1943 New Jersey 

Healy, John Clauson, University of Connecticut Connecticut 

Henson, Stanley VVellard, Jr., B.S., Oklahoma A. & M. College, 1945 Maryland 

Heuman, Philip Walter, B.S., University of Michigan, 1941 Maryland 

Hofsteter, Grace, College of Wooster Ohio 

^Horowitz, Leon David, B.S., Washington College Maryland 

HoYT, Irvin Gorman, A.B., St. Johns College, Annapolis, 1939 Maryland 

HuFFER, Sar.ah Virginia, B.S., University of Maryland, 1940 Maryland 

HusTED, Harriet Lamont, A.B., Wells College, 1944 New Jersey 

Hyle, John Charles, B.S., Loyola College, 1942 Maryland 

Ibsen, Maxwell, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University^ 1939; A.M., University 

of Pennsylvania, 1940 Pennsylvania 

Iten, George Joseph, A.B., Goshen College, 1946 California 

Jenkins, Sarah Anetta, B.S., George Washington University, 1946 Maryland 

Jensen, Roy David, B.S., University of Nevada, 1941 Nevada 

^JoNES, William Irving, Jr., B.S., Washington College, 1943 Maryland 

Kasik, Frank Thomas, University of Maryland Maryland 

Kelley, Gordon William, University of Maryland Maryland 

^Klitenic, Simon, University of Maryland Maryland 

^Knight, William Ira Charles, B.S., Elizabethtown College, 1946 Pennsylvania 

Lewis, Thomas Franklin, Jr., A.B., Western Maryland College, 1941 Maryland 

Lichtenberg, Joseph David, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Maryland 

Martin, George William, Jr., University of Delaware Delaware 

McElvain, Wilbert Harding, B.S., Grove City College, 1943 Pennsylvania 

^Meese, Billie Getson, University of Akron Maryland 

Miller, Dorothea Anna, B.S., Washington College, 1946 Maryland 

Miller, Robert Eugene, A.B., Bridgewater College, 1943 Maryland 

MoRENZ, Gloria Elizabeth, A.B., The College of Notre Dame, 1946 Maryland 

Myers, Evangeline, A.B., West Virginia University, 1945; A.M., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1946 West Virginia 

Noguera, Julio Tomas, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

O'Malley, Joseph Edward, Colby College Maryland 

RvER, William Benjamin, Jr., Cornell University Maryland 

Reynaud, Louis Favrot, Jr., Emory University Illinois 

Richardson, Paul Frederick, Baylor University Maryland 

RiGHETTi, Milton Raymond, University of California California 

Roth, Oliver Ralph, University of Maryland Maryland 

Rubin, Seymour Howard, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1946 Mapdand 

Rudy, Norman Edward, Fresno State College California 

Sandler, Robert, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Maryland 

Shamer, Miriam Abbott, A.B., Gaucher College, 1946 Mar>'land 

Shepherd, Frederick Parker, A.B., Syracuse University, 1935 Maryland 

Simmons, Frederic Rudolph, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1946 Maryland 

Sires, William Oscar, Western Maryland College Mar>'land 

Sklar, Allen Leon, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Smith, Boylston Dandridge, Jr., West Virginia University West Virginia 

Smith, Morton, University of Maryland Maryland 

SosNOWSKi, Andrew Raymond, B.S., Loyola College, 1945 Mar>dand 

^Spanier, Allen Benson, B.S., John B. Stetson University, 1946 Florida 

Spaulding, Raymond Charles, Jr., B.S., John B. Stetson University, 1943 Florida 

Storm, Mary Elizabeth, A.B., Swarthmore College, 1946 Maryland 

SuLKA, Casimir Michael, Loyola College Illinois 

Thibadeau, Robert Tokndorff, B.S., University of Maryland, 1945 Marjdand 

Thompson, William Wesley, B.S., Washington College, 1938 Maryland 

Upton, Albert Louis, A.B., University of California, 1942 California 

Van Goor, Korneuus, Calvin College New Jersey 

Vicens, Enrique A., University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

1 Vincent, William Gerald, A.B'., Western Maryland College, 1942 Maryland 

Weed, Elinor Cooudge, A.B., Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 1946 Maryland 

1 Did not complete the year. 

8 Withdrew November 11, 1946 in good standing. 



MATRICULATES 99 

White, Fowler Felix, B.S., Trinity College, 1942 Connecticut 

^Williams, Martin Shelton, University of Virginia Virginia 

Wilson, Clifford Edward, Jr., Bowdoin College Connecticut 

Wolf, Ernest Simon, University of Maryland Maryland 

Yeager, William Howard, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

Alice Ruth Bentz, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Maryland 

STUDENTS IN ART AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE 
Margaret Wetherlll Wood, R.N Maryland 

POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS 
July 1, 1946 to June 30, 1947 

Surgical and Systemic Anatomy of Ear, Nose and Throat 

Medical School 

Morris Edward Krucoff, M.D George Washington University 

Clyde G. Sussman, M.D University of Indiana 

Surgical Anatomy "B" 

Edgar Berman, M.D University of Maryland 

Ch.\rles Gallion, M.D College of Medical Evangelists 

Milton Ginsberg, M.D University of Maryland 

Jacob Katz, M.D New York University 

Arthur W. Lyons, M.D Tufts College Medical School 

Alfred F. Schmidt, M.D Kansas University 

Paul E. Walker, M.D University of Tennessee 

Refresher Course in General Medicine and Surgery 

Richard L. Fowler, M.D University of Maryland 

Georgia Funtanellas, M.D University of Havana 

Helene D. Michel, M.D Johns Hopkins University 

John C. Osborne, M.D University of Maryland 

Maurice I. Shub, M.D University of Maryland 

Gertrude Sonnenfeldt, M.D Friedrich Wilhelm University, Berlin, Germany 

Alfred W. Yocum, M.D Baltimore Medical College 

Gynecology and Obstetrics "A" 

Fay M. Nace, M.D University of Oregon 

Keaciel Krulevitz, M.D University of Maryland 

Gynecology, Oncology and Female Urology "B" 

Fay M. Nace, M.D University of Oregon 

Neuropathology 

Sidney R. Govans, M.D University of Maryland 

Jack R. Jar vie, M.D Vanderbilt University Medical School 

Pathology "B" (Surgical) 

Theodore Kardash, M.D University of Maryland 

Robert Hilton Williams, M.D University of Indiana 



^Did not complete the year — illness. 



4 


97 


6 


80 


7 


69 


12 


90 



100 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Pathology (Special) 

Samuel J. Arnold, M.D 

Morris Burleson, M.D Duke University 

Gabriel F. Cucolo, M.D 

Charles S. Gallion, M.D College of Medical Evangelists 

Milton Ginsberg, M.D University of Maryland 

William H. Heath, M.D University of Tenneessee 

Jacob F. Katz, M.D New York University 

George W. Smith, M.D University of Indiana 

S. James Thomison, Jr., M.D New York University 



SUMMARY OF STUDENTS 

September 5, 1946 to June 7, 1947 

Medical Students Male Female Ttial 

Senior Class 93 

Junior Class 74 

Sophomore Class 62 

Freshman Class 78 

307 29 336 

Withdrawals 13 13 

294 29 323 

Special students 1 1 

Students in art as applied to medicine 1 1 

294 31 325 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF STUDENTS 

September 5, 1946 to June 7, 1947 

Alabama 3 Nebraska 2 

California 11 Nevada 2 

Connecticut 4 New Jersey 11 

Delaware 1 New York 12 

District of Columbia 5 North Carolina 24 

Florida 6 Ohio 6 

Georgia 2 Oregon 1 

Illinois 6 Pennsylvania 27 

Indiana 3 Rhode Island 1 

Kansas 1 Texas 1 

Kentucky 1 Utah 1 

Maryland 160 Virginia 14 

Massachusetts 3 Washington 1 

Michigan 2 West Virginia 15 



Minnesota 3 

Mississippi 1 

Missouri 1 Puerto Rico 



United States Possessions 



SOURCE OF COLLEGE STUDENTS ENROLLED 



101 



LIST OF COLLEGE SOURCES OF STUDENTS ENROLLED 



September 5, 1946 to June 7, 1947 



Akron, University of 1 

Alabama, University of 1 

Amherst College 1 

Bates College 1 

Baylor University 1 

Bethany College 9 

Bowdoin College 2 

Bridgewater College 2 

Brooklyn College 1 

California, University of 5 

Calvin College 1 

Carleton College 1 

Chicago, University of 2 

Citadel, The 1 

Colby College 1 

Colorado College 1 

Columbia University 1 

Connecticut, University of 1 

Cornell University 5 

Dartmouth College 1 

Davidson College 3 

Delaware, University of 1 

Duke University 8 

EUzabethtown College 1 

Emory University 7 

Emory and Henry College 1 

Evansville College 1 

Florida, University of 1 

Fordham University 1 

Franklin & Marshall College 5 

Fresno State College 1 

Geneva College 1 

George Washington University 1 

Gettysburg College 3 

Goshen College 1 

Goucher College 3 

Grove City College 1 

Guilford College 1 

Hampden-Sydiiey College 3 

Hollins College 1 

Holy Cross, CoUege of The 2 

Iowa, University of 1 

Johns Hopkins University, The 31 

Loras College 1 

Loyola CoUege 20 

Marquette University 1 

Mar>'land, University of 54 

Miami, University of (Florida) 1 

Michigan, University of 3 

Milligan College 1 

Minnesota, University of 3 

Mississippi, University of 1 

Mt. St. Mar>''s College 1 

Muhlenberg College 1 

Nazareth College 1 

Nevada, University of 2 



New Hampshire, University of 1 

North Carolina, University of 18 

Notre Dame of Mar>'land, College of . . 4 

Notre Dame, University of 2 

Oberlin College 1 

Ohio University 1 

Oklahoma A. & M. College 1 

Oregon, University of 1 

Pennsylvania State College 4 

Pennsylvania, University of 6 

Pittsburgh, University of 2 

Potomac State School, W. Va 1 

Puerto Rico, University of 4 

Puget Sound, College of 1 

Randolph-Macon Woman's College ... 1 

Richmond, University of 4 

Rochester, University of 1 

St. Francis College 1 

St. John's College, Annapolis 1 

St. Lawrence University 1 

St. Louis University 1 

St. Peter's College 1 

Seton HiU CoUege 1 

Southern California, University of . . . . 1 

South Carolina, University of State of. 1 

Stanford University 1 

Stetson University, John B 2 

Swarthmore College 2 

Syracuse University 1 

Taylor University 1 

Temple University 2 

Texas Technological College 2 

Transylvania College 1 

Trinity CoUege 1 

Tufts CoUege 1 

Union CoUege 1 

Upsala CoUege 1 

Ursinus College 1 

Vanderbilt University 2 

ViUa Maria CoUege 1 

Virginia Mihtary Institute 2 

Virginia, University of 4 

Wagner CoUege 1 

Wake Forest College 1 

Washington College 10 

Washington University 2 

Washington & Jefferson CoUege 2 

Washington and Lee University 1 

WeUs College 1 

Wesley an University 1 

Western Maryland CoUege 14 

Westminster CoUege 1 

West Virginia University 5 

West Virginia Wesleyan College 2 

Wheaton College 2 

Wooster, College of 2 



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THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Oliver S. Lloyd, M.D. 

Secretary 
John A. Wagner, M.D. 



MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS, 1947-1948 
(Term beginning July 1, 1947 and ending June 30, 1948) 

President 
Wetherbee Fort, M.D. 

Vice-Presidents 
Page Jett, M.D. 



Assistant Secretary 
Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 

Executive Secretary 
Mrs. Minettk E. Scott 



Edward S. Johnson, M.D. 

Treasurer 
Edward P. Smith, M.D, 



Board of Directors 
Austin Wood, M.D., Chairman 
John A. Wagner, M.D. 
Edward P. Smith, M.D. 
Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 
Wetherbee Fort, M.D. 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D. 
Louis A. M. Krause, M.D. 
Emil Novak, M.D. 
William H. Triplett, M.D. 

Library CommUtee 

Milton S. Sacks, M.D. 

Trustees Students'* Rotating Fund 

Franqs J. KiRBY, M.D., Chairman 
A. F. RiES, M.D. 
Eugene Hay ward, M.D. 
Hugh R. Spencer, M.D. 



Hospital Council 
Alfred T. Gundry, M.D. 
George Sargent, M.D. 
Nominating Committee 
J. Sheldon Eastland, M.D., Chairman 
William Seabold, M.D. 
Frank Geraghty, M.D. 
W. Raymond McKenzie, M.D. 
Frank N. Ogden, M.D. 

Editors 

Emil Novak, M.D. 

C. Gardner Warner, M.D. 

Alumni Council 

Louis H. Douglass, M.D. 
Thomas B. Aycock, M.D. 



ENDOWMENT FUND 

The following constitute the Board of Trustees of this Fund: 



Arthur M. Shipley, Chairman 
Robertson Griswold 
Harry Clifton Byrd 
Albert Burns 



H. Boyd Wylie, Secy.-Treas. 

Charles Reid Edwards 

Horace E. Flack 

W. Conwell Smith 



This Board is incorporated by act of the Legislature of the State, its legal title 
being "The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Maryland," 
and is independent and self-perpetuating. Its powers are limited to the expendi- 
ture of the interest derived from the various funds ^ which is applied as directed by 
donors for the benefit of the University. Contributions, donations and bequests 



ENDOWMENT FUND 103 

are solicited from Alumni and friends. They may be made to the general or Uni- 
versity Fund, to the Medical Fund or to any other department of the University. 
If intended for the School of Medicine, they may be given to the general medical 
fund or to some special object, as building, research, hbrary, pathology, hospital, 
publication, laboratories, gymnasium, scholarship, medal, prize, etc., in which 
case the wishes of the donor will be strictly regarded. Checks should be made 
payable to The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Maryland, 
H. Boyd Wylie, Treasurer, Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore-1, Maryland. 

FORMS OF DEVISE OR BEQUEST 

To Endowment Fund 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University 
of Maryland, a corporation incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the 
benefit of the Faculty of Medicine 

(Here state amount or describe property) 

To School of Medicine 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Regents of the University of Maryland, a corporation 
incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the benefit of the Faculty of 
Medicine 

(Here state amount or describe property) 
THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The University of Maryland School for Nurses was estabHshed in the year 1889. 
Since that time it has been an integral part of the University of Maryland, coming 
under the same government. It is a non-sectarian school, the only rehgious serv- 
ices being morning prayers. 

The University Hospital is a general hospital containing about 435 beds. It 
is equipped to give young women a thorough course of instruction and practice in 
aU phases of nursing. 

Programs offered: The programs of study of the school are planned for two 
groups of students: (a) the five-year group, (b) the 36-month group. 

The requirements for admission to the five-year program of the School of Nurs- 
ing are the same as for other colleges of the University. The completion of this 
course entitles the student to the degree of Bachelor of Science from the University 
of Maryland and to the diploma of the University Hospital School of Nursing. 

The requirements for admission to the 36-month program are the satisfactory 
completion of an academic course in an approved high school. The completion 
of this course entitles the student to the diploma of the University of Maryland 
School of Nursing. 

Applications and catalogues may be obtained from the Director of the School 
of Nursing, University Hospital, Baltimore 1, Md. 



104 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

MERCY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing was established in 1899 and in- 
corporated on December 23, 1901, It is an integral part of the Mercy Hospital 
and is under the same government. Mercy Hospital affords exceptional ad- 
vantages for the education of nurses. It is a general hospital containing 348 
beds, and offers opportunities for a thorough and varied experience. By its 
institutional aflSliation with the University of Maryland it secures professors who 
give to the student the results of their training and experience in the fields of the 
medical and affiliated sciences. 

The University of Maryland, in affiliation with the Mercy Hospital School of 
Nursing, offers a five year combined Academic and Nursing program. The com- 
pletion of this course entitles the student to the degree of Bachelor of Science from 
the University of Maryland, and to the diploma of the Mercy Hospital School of 
Nursing. Graduate nurses who hold college degrees are greatly in demand, 
especially for positions in administration and teaching institutions. This program 
consequently offers a distinct advantage. 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Abell, Harry Davis, 89, 91, 93 

Abraham, Robert Auman, 96 

Acton, Conrad B., 13, 59, 60 

Adams, Thurston R., 12, 20, 25, 36, 68, 73, 76, 102 

Agnesine, Sister M., 32 

Albrittain, J.Warren, 16,26 

Alecce, Angelo Andrew, 94 

Allen, Gladys Martha, 89, 91, 93 

Allison, GeorgeMalcolm, 94 

Amberson, William R., 8, 9, 57 

Andersch, Marie A., 13, 60, 63 

Andersen, William Andrew, 97 

Anderson, A. Russell, 14, 64 

Anderson, Franklin B., 8, 10, 20, 38, 72, 74 

Anderson , George W . , 36 

Anderson, Robert S., 8, 12, 57 

Anthony, James Elmer, Jr., 89, 91, 93 

Aponte, Joseph Louis, 94 

Applegarth, Eva, 35 

Arnold, James G., Jr., 8, 10, 20, 28, 37, 74 

Arnold, Samuel J., 100 

Arthur, Helen, 23 

Ashman, Leon, 14, 23, 33, 61 

Auld, David, 94 

Aycock, Thomas B., 8, 9, 20, 36, 38, 68, 102 

Bachman, Leonard, 96 

Bacon, A. Maynard, 21 

Bacon, John Louis, 97 

Baetjer, Walter A., 8, 10, 20, 60 

Baggott, Bartus T., 30 

Bagley, Charles, Jr., 8, 9, 20. 28, 37, 38, 74, 97 

iBagley, Charles, III, 97 

Bailey, Carl E., 15, 26 

Baker, Frank William, Jr., 94 

Baldwin, Ruth W., 21 

Ballard, Margaret B., 13, 26, 77 

Barlow, Lundie Weathers, Jr., 96 

Barnard, John William, 96 

Barnes, George B., 38 

Barnett, Donald J., 13, 21, 80 

Bauer, Robert E., 21 

Baiunann, Wilbur Nelson, 97 

Bisgyer, Jay Lewis, 97 

Bayley, George, 34 

Baylus, M., 25 

Beatty, John Orville, 89, 91, 93 

Beck, Harry McB., 16, 30, 31, 34, 78 

Beck, Harvey G., 8, 29 

Beck, Joan, 38 

Behr, Eleanor, 31 

Belkin, Joseph William, 96 

Bell, Frederick K., 19, 58 

Benjamin, William Philip, 96 

Benson, John Fisher, 22, 89, 91, 93 

Bentz, Alice Ruth, 99 

Bereston, Eugene S., 13, 25, 29, 34, 71 

Berggreen, Raymond George, 89, 91, 93 

Bergland, J. McFarland, 8, 11, 77 



Berman, Edgar, 99 

Berman, Sidney, 23 

Berry, Robert Z., 16, 72 

Beyer, David Henry, 94 

Bimestefer, Lawrence W., 37 

Bindeman, William Wylie, 89, 91, 93 

Bird, Joseph G., 16, 19, 58 

Bisanar, James Milton, 94 

Bix, Hans, 36 

Blair, James Seaborn, Jr., 89, 91, 93 

Blake, Charles F., 8, 9, 28, 29, 35, 73 

Blank, H.Robert, 23 

Bleecker, Harry Harlan , Jr . , 97 

Blevins, Joseph Wendell, 89 , 91 , 93 

Blum, Louis, V., 24 

Blundell,AlbertEdward,96 

Bond, Donald Buckey, 94 

Bongardt, H. F., 12, 28, 33, 68 

Borden, Melvin N., 24 

Bordley, JohnE.,37 

Borges, Francis Joseph, 97 

Bowe, Dudley P., 13, 26 

Bowers, John Z., 15, 25, 61 

Bowie,HarryC.,15,36,55,68 

Bowyer, Thomas S., 15, 26, 77, 78 

Boyd, C. Holmes, 36 

Boyd, Kenneth B., 13, 26, 77, 78 

BradIey,J.Edmund, 11, 19,20,38,65 

Bradshaw, Raymond, Jr., 97 

Brady, Leo, 12, 21, 78 

Brager, Simon H., 12, 28, 33, 35, 68, 73 

Brambel, Charles E., 31 

Brantigan,OttoC.,8,9,36,55,68,81 

Brickner, John George, 111,32, 89, 90, 91. 93 

Briele,Henry A.,16 

Briscoe, Ruth Lee, 8 

Bronstein , Eugene Leonard , 94 

Bronushas, Joseph Benedict B., 97 

Brookes, Thomas R., 7 

Brooks, Ross C, 34 

Brouillet, George H., 15, 25, 27, 68 

Brown, Ann Virginia, 15, 58 

Brown, Lorence Francis, 97 

Brown, Thomas R., 38 

Brumback, Frank E., 22 

Bryant, Samuel H., 15, 20. 26. 76 

Bryson.WilliamJ., 16,59 

Bubert, Howard M., 8, 11. 24, 60, 81 

Buchness, A.V.,16, 69 

Buchness, John Michael, 94 

Buettner,HenryF.,15,57 

Bullock, John Boyd, 94 

Bulluck,MattHeyer,94 

Bunch, Littleton Jay, 89, 91, 93 

Bunn, David Glenn, 89, 91, 93 

Burke,WilliamA.,21 

Burkey, Fred Jamison, 97 

Burleson, Morris, 100 



1 £rra/Mw— Should read Charles Bagley, HI on page 97. 

105 



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INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Burns, Albert, 102 

Burns, Harold H., 15, 28, 32, 68 

Burns, J. Howard, 30 

Butler, Lillian, 31 

Byerly, M. Paul, 13,23,61 

Byerly, William L., 21 

Byrd, Harry Clifton, 7, 102 

Caldwell,LucileJ., 15,25, 71 

Callahan, Timothy A., 15, 61 

Carey, Richard A., 32 

Carey, T. Nelson, 8,9, 19, 20, 30, 48, 60 

Carliner, PaulE., 17 

Carouge , Gilbert Morris ,89,91,93 

Carr, C. Jelleff, 8, 11, 58 

Celeste, Sister M., 28 

Chaimovitz, Robert, 95 

Chambers, Earl L., 30 

Chambers, John W., 17, 28, 69, 74 

Chambers, Thomas R., 8, 11,28, 68 

Chance, L. T., 17, 69 

Chapman, Ross McC, 8, 9, 20, 64 

Chase, Henry Vincent, 32, 89, 91, 93 

Chelton,AliceKatherineGraybill,95 

Chelton, Louis Guy, 97 

Chenowith, Robert F., 17 

Chinn, Mary E., 15, 57 

Clapp, Clyde A., 8, 9, 19, 21, 79 

Clarke, Carl Dame, 8, 11, 81 

Cline, James Alexander, III, 96 

Clough, PaulW.,8, 11,60 

Coberth, M. E., 38 

Coblentz, Richard G., 8, 9, 20, 28, 37, 74 

Coffey, Michael Joseph, 89, 91 , 93 

Cohen, Bernard Stanley, 89, 90, 91, 93 

Cohen, Irvin, 89,91,93 

Cole,WilliamP.,Jr.,7 

Coleman, William J., Jr., 22 

Collenberg, H.T.,31 

CoUer, Jerome Joel, 97 

Collings, Harold, Jr., 96 

Compton, Beverley C, 8, 13, 19, 21, 23, 25,26,36, 75, 

78 
Condron, James Frank, 95 
Conner, Eugene C, 21 
Cook, Sarah, 21 

Cooper, Harry Douglas, 89, 91, 93 
Cooper, William Benjamin, Jr., 89, 91, 93 
Cordi, Joseph M., 17, 65 
Cornbrooks, Ernest I., Jr., 15, 26,36, 75, 78 
Corpenning, Tom Nye, 97 
Corzine, William Jenkins, Jr., 89, 91 , 93 
Cotter, Edward F., 12, 60 
Cotton, Albertus, 8, 29, 31, 37 
Coughlan, Stuart G., 15, 25, 68 
Coultas, Elizabeth Louise, 89, 91, 93 
Council!, W. A. H., 13, 20, 25, 73 
Covington, E. Eugene, 13, 27, 31, 68, 75 
Cowen, Joseph Robert, 97 
Cowley, R. Adams, 19 
Cracraft, William Atkinson, 97 
Crecraft, Harold James, 95 
Crosby, Robert M. W., 19, 74 



Cross, Richard J., 21 
Crouch, J.Frank, 8, 21 
Cucolo, Gabriel F., 100 
Cullison, Robert Morton, 97 
Culver, SamuelH., 17, 69 
Cunningham, Raymond M. , 17, 69, 73 
Gushing, J. G.N. ,15, 64 
Cushner, Irvin Morris, 89, 91, 93 
Cutler, Preston R., 17, 69 

Dalton, James Breckenridge, Jr., 95 

Daly, Harold Lawrence, Jr., 97 

Dann, Alfred H., 25 

Daue,EdwinO.,Jr.,17,21 

Davidson,CharlesN.,8,ll,19,21,80 

Davidson, Nachman, 17 

Davies,DeanF.,37 

Davies, Ross, 11, 67 

Davis, CarlL.,8, 9, 56 

Davis, E. Hollister, 17 

Davis, George H., 17, 77 

Davis, James O., 37 

Davis, JohnR., 15,30,33,61 

Davis, John Staige,38 

Debuskey, B . Matthew, 15 

Deckert.W. Allen, 15, 26, 69, 78 

DeHoff, JohnB.,17,23, 61 

Deitz, Leonard Loeb, 97 

Demarco, S., Jr.,28,33 

Demarest , Lawrence Mann , 97 

Demmy, Nicholas, 97 

Dempsey , Raymond Joseph , 95 

Deringer, Florence Hurtt, 96 

DeVincentis , Michael L . , 32 

Dickey, Francis G., 13, 23, 60, 64 

Diehl, William K., 15, 26, 36, 75, 78, 81 

Diggs, Everett S., 15, 19, 26, 75, 78 

Dixon, D . McClelland, 13, 26, 59, 77 

Dobbs,EdwardC., 11,20,26,75 

Dodd, William A., 17, 30, 31, 34, 78 

Doeller, Charles H., Jr., 17, 30, 31, 34, 77, 78 

Doenges,JohnB.,22 

Dorman, J. William, 36 

Dorman, Parker Sturgis, 89, 91, 93 

Dorsey, Brice M., 9, 20, 26, 75 

Douglass, Louis H., 8, 9, 19, 21, 36, 77, 102 

Duffy, William C, 17, 30, 31, 34, 78 

Dumler, John C, 13, 26, 36, 75, 78 

Dunnigan, William C, 17, 28, 33, 69 

Duvall, Robert Caywood, Jr., 22, 89, 91 , 93 

Dwyer, Frank Philip, Jr., 95 

Dye, Frederick C, 8, 11, 19, 21, 75, 80 

Eastland , J . Sheldon , 1 1 , 29 , 33 , 60 , 102 

Eavey, James L., 22 

Edlow, Ernest S., 15, 30, 31, 34, 78 

Edmunds, Frederick Thomas, 97 

Edmunds, Page, 8 

Edwards, Charles Reid, 8, 9, 10, 19, 20, 38, 67, 102 

Edwards, Monte, 8, 10, 20, 25, 37, 68, 73 

Elgin,WilliamW.,13,64 

Ellis, Francis A., 12, 21, 25, 29, 34, 71 

Ensor, Robert Ellwood, 95 



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Ensor, Wilmer Clifton, Jr., 96 

Eppcs,Williford,89,90,91,93 

Ermshar,H.F.,24 

Erwin,J.J.,13,30,3l,34,78 

Eubanks, Otha Albert, Jr., 96 

Evans, John Ebenezer, Jr., 22, 89,91, 93 

Everett, Houston, 13, 78 

Faraino, Frank Anthony, 32, 89, 91, 93 
Fargo. Leon K., 13, 29, 33, 73 
Farson, deCamp Butler, 97 
Fearing, William L., 13, 23, 66 
Feldraan, Maurice, 12, 30, 33, 64 
Ferneyhough, Nancy Jane, 19, 81 
Figge,FrankH.J.,8,lO,55 
Fine, Morris A., 17, 23, 25, 61, 73 
Fineman, Jerome, 13, 24, 30, 34, 65 
Fink, Joel Charles, 89, 91, 93 
Finkelstein, A. H., 11, 20, 23, 24, 65 
Fisher, Donald Ernst, 89, 91, 93 
Fisher, George William, 89, 91 , 93 
Fitzgerald, Robert Greeson, Jr., 89, 91, 93 
Fitzpatrick,Mary,27 
Flack, Horace E., 102 
Fleck.H. K.,10,29, 79 
Flynn, Philip D., 15, 30, 33, 61 
Forman, Robert Blaine, 96 
Forrer, Gordon Randolph, 89, 91, 93 
Fort, Wetherbee, 12, 30, 60, 102 
Foster, Herbert M., 17 
Fowler, Richard L., 99 
Fox, Samuel L., 13, 25, 72, 74 
Fravel, Charles Richard, 95 
Freedom, Leon, 8, 11, 20, 23, 66 
Freeman, Irving, 13, 24, 33, 60 
Frey Edward L., Jr., 30, 34 
Friedenwald.Edgar B., 8, 10, 30, 33, 65 
Friedenwald, Harry, 8, 29, 38 
Friedenwald, Jonas, 14, 79 
Friedman, Asher Arthur, 89, 91, 93 
Funk, Audrey M., 17, 61, 63 
Funtanellas, Georgia, 99 
Fusco,J.D.,29,35 

Gaby, Elaine, 19, 58 

Gakenheimer,WilliamAlfred,22,89,90,91,93 

Gallion, Charles, 99, 100 

Galvin,ThomasK.,8,10,28,30,31,34,78 

Gardner, Maud M., 38 

Gardner, Robert Kline, 89, 91, 93 

Gardner, Williams., 8, 30, 31 

'Gareis, C. Louis, 36 

Gareis, L. Calvin, 17, 26, 77 

Garlick,WilliamL., 15,28,33,68 

Gaskel, Jason H., 15, 29, 33, 71 

Gayle,JohnF.,22 

Gcddes, David Kofoid, 89, 91, 93 

Gellman, Moses, 8, 11, 20, 25, 37, 71 

Gentry, William D., Jr., 32 

Gephardt, Ruth L., 31 

Geraghty, Frank J., 12, 60, 102 

Geraghty, William R., 17, 69 

Gerlach , James J , 32 



Gerlach, Jane Knowles, 89, 91, 93 

Gibbs, Robert L., 17 

Gichner, Joseph E., 8, 20 

Gill, Joseph Edward, 96 

Gillis.AndrewC, 8, 10,30.34,66 

GiUis,FrancisW.,12,29,33,73 

Gillson, Edward Michael, 89, 91, 93 

Ginsberg, Leon, 38 

Ginsberg, Milton, 99, 100 

Click, Samuels., 12, 24, 65 

Gold, Benjamin Miller, 22, 89, 91. 93 

Goldman, A., 24 

Goldsborough, Charles R., 14, 23 

Goldsmith, Harry, 12, 23, 30, 34 

Goldstein, Albert E., 12, 59. 102 

Goldstein, Arthur Jay, 96 

GoUey, K.W.,30 

Golob, Charles George, 97 

Golombek, Leonard Harry, 95 

Goodman, Howard, 24 

Goodman, Julius, 28 

Goodwin, T. Campbell, 11 

Googins, Charles George, 97 

Gorten, Martin Klaus, 96 

Gould, Virginia Marie, 97 

Govatos, George, 13, 68 

Govans, Sidney R., 99 

Graff, Henry F., 8, 12, 19, 21, 27, 79 

Granoff, H. L., 17,31,34,78 

Grant, Bowie Lynn, 95 

Grau, Edward Gordon, 89, 91, 93 

Grauer, Franklin P., 37 

Graves, James H., 22 

Gray, Harry Williams, 96 

Green, James William, 95 

Greenstein, George Herbert, 97 

Grenzer,WilliamH.,17 

Grill, Richard Dowell, 19, 81 

Griswold, Robertson, 102 

Gross, Joseph B., 17, 61 

Grossman, Louis Ward, Jr., 89,91, 93 

Gundry, Alfred T., 102 

Gundry, Lewis P., 11, 23, 24, 27, 60 

Guy, Ernest G., 22 

Guyther, Joseph R., 33 

Haase, Frederick Robert, 89, 91, 93 
Hachtel, Frank W., 8, 9, 10, 59 
Hahn, Robert Roland, 22, 89, 91, 93 
Haines, John S., 17, 33, 73 
Hall, Howard Essex, 22, 89, 92, 93 
Ham berry, Leonard Gerard, 98 
Hamrick, George Vincent, 95 
Hankin, Samuel J., 15, 23, 24, 61 
Hankins, John Roland, 95 
Hannan, Alice R., 35 
Hannan,Leon,35 
Hanrahan,E.M.,15.36.68 
Harne, O. G., 8, 11,56 
Harne, William G., 58 
Harris, James Radcliffe, 96 
Harrison, Gunyon, 22 
Harrison, Harold E.. 8, 11, 36, 65 



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INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Hartman, Oscar, 17, 26 

Hartsock, William D., 22 

Hartz, Alvin J., 15, 61 

Haught, John S., 17, 26, 78 

Hawkins, Charles W., 22 

Hawkins, George Kenneth, 98 

Hayleck, Mary L., 15, 38, 65 

Hayward, Eugene, 102 

Healy, John Clauson, 98 

Healy, Robert F., 15, 68 

Hearne, Calvin Beck, 22, 89, 92, 93 

Heath, William H., 100 

Hebb, DonaldB.,17,2S,73 

Hedrick, Thomas A., 17 

Heldrich, Frederick Joseph, Jr., 95 

Helen, Sister M., 28, 35 

Helfrich, Raymond F., 13, 28, 32, 68 

Helfrich, William G., 15, 24, 61 

Hellen,L.Ann,17,61,63 

Henderson, Charles Thomas, 96 

Hendrick, James W., 17, 19, 69, 75, 76 

Henneberger, Lowell P., 36 

Henson, Stanley Willard, Jr., 98 

Herspberger, W. Grafton, 13, 24, 60 

Heuman , Philip Walter , 98 

Hibbitts, John T., 13, 26, 36, 78 

Hicks, Mary Elizabeth, 40 

Highstein, Benjamin, 15, 25, 71 

Hightower, John Allen, 22, 89, 92, 93 

Hirschfeld,JohnH.,17.21,25,36,37,72 

Hoback, Florence Kunst, 95 

Hobart, Richard Loren , Jr. , 95 

Hodes, Horace, 11, 67 

Hofsteter, Grace, 98 

Hogan, John F., 13, 25, 73 

Hogan , John Francis , Jr . , 89 , 92 , 93 

Hohman, Leslie B., 14 

Holden, Frank A., 15, 27, 79 

Hollander, Mark B., 15, 25, 71 

Holloway, William Jackson, 95 

Hooks, Richard Eugene, 89, 92, 93 

Hooper, Z. Vance, 13, 23, 64 

Hopkins, John v., 17, 25, 71 

Horine, Cyrus F., 8, 11,68 

Horn, Helen A., 15 

Horowitz, Leon David, 98 

Houghton, James Francis, 89, 92 93 

Howell, Clewell, 13, 65 

Hoyt, Irvin Gorman, 98 

Hudson,RollinC.,17.24,61 

Huffer, Sarah Virginia, 98 

Hughes, Wilson E., 36 

Hull, Harry C, 11,36,68 

HuUa, Jaroslav, 17, 26 

Humphreys, Charles Wesley, Jr., 96 

Humphries, William C.,17 

Hundley, J. Mason, Jr., 8,9,10,19,21,25,26,36, 75, 78 

Hunter, Richard E., 32 

Hunter, Robert Carl, 22, 89, 92, 93 

Husted, Harriet Lamont, 98 

Hutchins,ElliottH.,8,10,28,68 

Hyle, John Charles, 98 

Hyman, Calvin, 15, 68 



Ibsen, Maxwell, 98 
Iliff, Charles, E., 37 
Imbrie, David Ellwood, 89, 92, 93 
Ingram, C. Hal, 22 
Inman, Conrad L., 15, 29,35 
Insley, Marion Clarence, Jr., 95 
Isaacs, Benjamin H., 15, 29, 34, 72 
Iten, George Joseph, 98 
Iwamota, Harry K.,12,58 

Jacobson, Meyer W., 13, 23, 24, 60 

Jaffe, Albert, 11, 20, 24, 65 

Jamison, Benjamin L., 22 

Jarvie,JackR.,99 

Jenkins, Sarah Anetta, 98 

Jennings, Erwin R., 22 

Jennings, F. L., 8, 10, 28, 68 

Jensen, Jacob R., 17,26 

Jensen, Roy David, 98 

Jeppi, Joseph V.,29,35 

Jerardi, Joseph V., 13, 28, 33, 68 

Jernigan, Lane McDermott, 32, 89, 92, 94 

Jett, Page, 102 

Jewett,Hugh, 17,37, 73 

Johnson, Edward S., 8, 11, 68, 102 

Johnson, Elizabeth, 31 

Johnson, Robert J., 32 

Johnson, William R., 15, 25 

Jones, Everett D., 25 

Jones, Howard, 37 

Jones, William Irving Jr., 98 

Josephs, Hugh W., 11 

Joslin, C. Loring, 8, 10, 19, 20. 65 

Jubb, Charlotte, 40 

Judd, Allyn Francis, 89, 92, 94 

Judd, Charles C.W., 37 

Kallins, Edwards., 15, 24, 61 
Kaltreider, D. Frank, 14, 23, 26, 36, 77 
Kammcr, William H., Jr., 15, 30, 33, 61 
Kane, Harry F., 17, 30, 34, 37, 78 
Kaplan, Lester, 24 
Kappelman, Melvin D., 17, 26, 77 
Kardash, Theodore, 22, 99 
Karel, Leonard, 14, 58 
Karfgin, Arthur, 14,61 
Karfgin, Walter E., 24 
Karns, Clyde F., 15, 68 
Karns, James R., 17, 61 
Kasik, Frank Thomas, 98 
Kastner, Lee Norman, 95 
Katz, Jacob F., 99, 100 
Katzenstein, Lawrence, 17 
Kaufman , Raymond Henry , 95 
Kaufman, Vernon D., 11, 20, 26, 76 
Kayser, Fayne A., 14, 29, 34, 72 
Keith, Joseph M., 22 
Kelley, Gordon William, 98 
Kemler, Joseph I., 14, 29, 79 
Kemp, Katherine Virdin, 95 
Kennedy, Carl Hubert, Jr., 95 
Keown, Lauriston L., 17, 24 
Kilby, Walter L., 8, 10, 19, 21. 80 



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Kirby, Francis J., 102 

Kirk, Florence R., 40 

Kitlowski, Edward A., 8, 10, 29, 36, 38, 76 

Klemkowski, Irvin P., 17, 26 

Klitenic, Simon, 98 

Knabe, George William , Jr . , 96 

Knapp,HubertC.,30 

Knerler, Charles W., 17 

Knight, William Ira Charles, 98 

Knotts, E. Paul, 7 

Knowles, F. Edwin, Jr., 14, 21, 29, 35, 79 

Knox, Lawrence J., Jr., 32 

Koch, Lillian Dorothy, 95 

Kochman, Leon A., 23 

Kohn, Schuyler G., 17, 77 

Kolman, Lester N., 15, 25, 71 

Koontz, Amos, 36 

iKrall, Vernon E., 8, 11,55 

Krantz, John C, Jr., 8, 10, 58, 81 

Krause, Louis A. M., 8, 10, 20, 29, 37, 60, 

Kremen,A.,15,79 

Krieger, John Louis, 96 

Kroll, Louis J., 15, 61 

Krop, Stephen, 14, 58 

Krucoff, Morris Edward, 99 

Krulevitz, Keaciel, 24, 99 

Kyper, Frederick R., 14, 21, 25, 37, 72, 74 

Lang, Milton C, 15,27,79 

Langeluttig, H. Vernon, 12, 36, 60 

Lartz, Robert E., 22 

Lavenstein, Arnold F., 15, 24, 65 

Lawler, Lillian Marie, 31 

Leach, C. Edward, 14, 24, 60 

Lcderman, Alfred S., 18, 23, 64 

Legerton, Clarence W., Jr., 22 

Legge, John E., 12, 20, 30 

Legge, Kenneth D., 8, 10, 29, 33, 73 

Legum, Samuel, 14, 60 

Leitz, R. Frederick, 30 

Leograndis, Stephen C, 95 

Lerner, Philip L., 12, 30, 34, 66 

Leslie, Frank E., 18 

Leslie, Franklin E., 61 

Leung, Bernard, 89, 92, 94 

Levin, H. Edmund, 14, 23, 57 

Levin, Manuel, 24 

Levin, Norman, 89, 92, 94 

Levinson, Lorman L., 22 

Levy, Kurt, 15, 61 

Lewis, Frances F., 27 

Lewis, Thomas Earl, 96 

Lewis, Thomas Franklin, Jr., 98 

Lichtenberg, Joseph David, 98 

Link, Etta C, 18, 24, 65 

Link, V. Harwood, 18, 25, 71 

LiPira, Joseph Francis, 32, 89, 91 , 94 

Lisansky,EphraimT., 14,24,30,33,59,60 

Lithgow, Charles Henry, 95 

Little, Luther E., 14, 68 

Lloyd, Olivers., 102 

Locher, R. W., 8, 11, 28, 68 

Lock, Burton Vernon, 96 



Lockard, G. Carroll, 8, 10, 20, 23, 60, 76 

Lockard, J. Douglas, 18, 61 

Loewald, Hans W., 12, 23, 64 

Loker, F. Ford, 18, 28, 33, 69 

London, Nathaniel Jacob, 96 

Longley, George Henry, 96 

Looper, Edward A., 8, 10, 19, 20, 21 , 38, 72 

Love,WilliamS., Jr. ,8, 11,20,24,60 

Lukens, James Thomas, 96 

Lutz, John F., 8, 12,56 

Lynn, William D., 22 

Lyons, Arthur W., 99 

Maccubbin.H.Pearcc, 18 
MacGowan, Birkhead, 29 
Machata, Francis Karl, 89, 92, 94 
Machen,JohnW.,18,34 
Macht, Stanley H., 8, 12, 36, 80 
Mack, Harry Patterson, 95 
81, 102 Maginnis, Helen I., 18, 26, 78 
Magladery, J. W., 37 
Magness, Thomas, H., 23 
Malcarney, Alberta Rose, 96 
Maldeis, Howard J . , 8 , 1 1 , 59 , 60 , 67 
Mallis, Nicholas, 95 
Manganiello, Louis O., 22 
Manieri, Frank V., 24 
Mannino, Peter Paul, 89, 92 , 94 
Mansberger, Arlie Roland, Jr., 22, 89, 92, 94 
Mansdorfer, G. Bowers, 14, 30, 34, 65 
Mansfield, W. Kenneth, Jr., 18, 26, 77 
Marek, Charles B., 18, 78 
Marks, A. Robert, 18, 24, 65 
Marshall, Joseph H., 15, 23, 64 
Martin, Clarence, 22 
Martin, George William, Jr., 98 
Martin, Glenn L., 7 
Marvel, N. Clyde, 8, 11, 28, 68 
Maseritz, I. H., 14, 29, 33, 71 
Massenburg, George Y., 22 
Mattax, Harry McCoy, 96 
Mattern, Carl Frederick Theodore, 89, 92, 94 
Mattern, Elizabeth Ann Gordon Dentry, 89, 92,94 
Matthews, Burton Vincent, 95 
Matthews, Roland Dellwood, 95 
Maxson, Charles W., 8, 11, 28, 68 
May, Homer Woodrow, 96 
Mays, Howard B., 12, 20, 23, 25, 37, 59, 73 
Mazer, Maxwell L., 18, 26, 77 
McAlpine, James G., 8, 11, 57 
McCarthy, Harry B., 38 
McCauley, Betty Jane, 95 
McClung, William D., 32 
McCord, Charles Frederic, 96 
McCrumb, Fred Rogers, Jr., 95 
McCormick, Charles P., 7 
McElwain, Howard B., 18, 28, 69 
McElvain, Wilbert Harding, 98 
McFaul, William N., Jr., 28 
McGovern, Edward B., 22 
Mcintosh, Edith R., 40 
McKenzie, W. Raymond, 14, 29, 72, 102 
McLaughlin, Francis, J., 16, 64 



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McLean, George, 12, 29, 60, 76 

McMillin,ParkerJ.,36 

McNally, Hugh B., 14, 21, 26, 30, 77 

McWilliams, Clarence E., Jr., 32 

Mearns, Robert B., 18 

Mech, Karl F., 16, 55, 59 

Medairy, George, C, 18, 34 

Medairy, Mary Veronica, 96 

Meese, Billie Getson, 98 

Meranski, Israel P., 16, 24, 30, 34, 65 

Merkel, Walter C, 11, 31, 59 

Merrill, George G., 37 

Metcalf, John Shelby, Jr., 96 

Meyerowitz, Joseph R., 24 

Miceli, Carmela E., 31 

Michel, HeleneD., 99 

Middle ton, Edmund Bishop, 55, 96 

Mildred, Sister M., 28 

Millan, LyleJ.,14,20, 25,73 

Miller, Dorothea Anna, 98 

Miller. Joseph M., 14, 68 

Miller, Max Jay, 96 

Miller, Robert Eugene, 98 

Mitchell, George W., 29 

Mitchell, Wallace Herttell, 89, 92, 94 

Mitchell, William A., 18. 26. 77 

Mitchell, R. B., Jr., 16 

Mohler. Donald Ignatius, Jr., 95 

Montgomery. D . Otis. 32 

Moores. J. Duer. 16, 27, 68. 75 

Morenz. Gloria Elizabeth, 98 

Morgan. Zachariah. 8. 12, 20, 64 

Morris. Frank K.. 14. 30. 31. 34, 77, 78 

Morrison.J.Huff. 16.26, 77 

Morrison, John H., 18. 77 

Morrison. Samuel, 12, 23, 64 

Morrison, Theodore H.. 8. 10, 30, 64 

Morrow , John Gordon , Jr . , 89 . 92 . 94 

Moyer, John Lewis, III. 96 

Muller, S. Edwin, 16, 24, 30, 33, 61, 63 

Murdock, Harry M.. 12, 20, 64 

Muse, Joseph E.. Jr., 16, 24, 61 

Musser, Ruth, 16. 58 

Myers. John A., 16, 61 

Myers, Evangeline. 98 

Nace, Fay M..99 

Nachlas, Nathan Edward, 89, 92, 94 
Nelson, Alfred T.. 8. 12, 21, 80 
Nelson, James W., 12, 28, 33, 34, 68 
Neubauer. Richard A., 22 
Neumayer, Francis, 96 
Newell, Edward Alphonso, 95 
Newell, H. W., U, 23. 64 
Newell, Josephine Evelyn, 96 
Nichlas, Gilbert Lee, 96 
Niswander, Guy Donald, 95 
Noguera. Julio Tomas, 98 
Nolan, James J., 32 
Nolan, Paul Vernon, 95 
Novak, Emil, 8, 11, 77, 102 
Novey, M. Alexander, 12, 77 
Novey, Samuel, 16, 64 
Nuttle, Harry H., 7 



O'Connor, John A., 28 

O'Donnell, Charles F., 33 

Ogden, Frank N., 14, 102 

O'Malley, Joseph Edward, 98 

O'Neill, Peggy, 35 

O'Rourk, Thomas R., 8, 10, 19, 20, 21, 25, 37, 72, 74 

Osborne, John C, 99 

Osborne, John W., 18, 61 

Oster, Robert H., 8, 10, 57 

Otanasek, Frank J., 18, 28, 74 

Owings, James C. 36 

Pacienza, F. A., 29, 35 

Padget, M.Paul. 16. 61 

Padussis. Stephen Konstant. 95 

Palmer. Margaret Virginia. 18 

Panzarella, John Henry. 96 

Parelhoff, Merrill Elliott, 97 

Parr, William A., 16,74 

Patterson, J. Milton, 7 

Paula Marie, Sister, 31 

Peake, C. W., 8. 11.68 

Pembroke. Richard H.. Jr.. 16, 64 

Perez. Julietta. 31 

Pertz. Elden Hobart, 32, 89, 92, 94 

Pessagno. D. J.. 8. 10, 28. 68 

Pessagno, Eugene L.. 16. 20, 26, 76 

Peters. H.Raymond, 8, 10, 28, 29. 33, 60 

Petersen. Phyllis Ann, 95 

Pfeil, E. Thornton, 22 

Phelan, Patrick C, Jr., 18, 28, 33, 69 

Phelps, Winthrop M.. 37 

Philip. Sister M., 28 

Phillips, David Lee, 22, 89, 92, 94 

Pierce, Leslie Harrell, 16. 23. 61 

Pierpont. Ross Z.. 18. 55 

Piggott. John Burr, Jr., 22, 89. 92. 94 

Pincoffs, Maurice C. 8, 9, 10, 19, 20, 28, 29, 33, 60 

Piatt, Julian Jay, 95 

Pleet, Jerome, 97 

Post, William Reyman, 32, 89, 92, 94 

Powell, Albert Milton, Jr., 95 

Powell , Jack Hanson . Jr . , 22 , 89 , 92 . 94 

Proctor, Samuel E., 16. 18, 25, 68 

Queen. J. Enunett, 18, 30, 33 

Raby. William T., 18, 59 

Range. James J.. 22 

Rasch. George Chesley Jr., 89, 92, 94 

Raskin, M.. 29. 35 

Raskin, Howard Frank, 97 

Rathbun, Howard K., 37 

Redding. Joseph Stafford, 95 

Reeder, J. Dawson, 8 

Reese, Frederick M., 18, 27, 79 

Reese.J.G.M., 8, 11.19.21.36, 77 

Reifschneider. Charles A., 8, 10, 36, 68, 76 

Reifschneider, Herbert E., 16, 55, 68 

Reimann, Dexter L.. 8, 12, 59 

Reisch, Milton, 90 

Reisch,Rashi Schorr, 97 

Reiter. Robert A., 14, 60 

Revell, Samuel T. R.. 14, 60 



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Rever, William Benjamin, Jr., 98 

Raynaud, Louis Favrot, Jr., 98 

Rhyne, Jinimie Lee, 95 

Ribet, James Ernest, 89, 92, 94 

Rich, Benjamin S., 11, 25, 29, 38,72, 74 

Richards, Esther L., 36 

Richardson, Paul Frederick, 98 

Riddell, Clifford Thurston, Jr., 97 

Ridgely, I. O., 12, 28, 33, 68 

Riely, Compton, 8, 10, 20, 71 

Rienhoff, William F., Jr., 14, 28, 68 

Ries,A.F.,102 

Rigdon, Henry L., 14, 55, 68 

Righetti, Milton Raymond, 98 

Robben, John O.. 18 

Robinson, Daniel R., 16, 28, 33, 68 

Robinson, Harry M.,Sr., 8, 10, 21, 25, 38, 71, 75 

Robinson, Harry M., Jr., 12, 21, 24, 25, 60, 71 

Robinson, Ida Marian, 40 

Robinson, R. C. V., 25, 34, 71 

Rockwell. Alice J., 23 

Rodriguez, Edsel Antonio, 95 

Roehrig, Charles Burns, 97 

Rogers, Harry L., 8, 10, 29, 33, 37, 71 

Rogers, Joseph Megeath, 89, 92, 94 

Rosenberg, Selma, 24 

Rosser, John Hays, 22, 89, 92, 94 

Roth, Oliver Ralph, 98 

Rothschild, Stanford Z., 7 

Rovelstad, Howard, 40 

Rowland, J.M.H.,8 

Rubin, SeymourW., 16, 59,98 

Rudolph, Robert Lee, 95 

Rudy, Norman Edward, 98 

Russell.T. Edgie, Jr.,18, 26, 77 

Ruzicka, F. Frederick, 24 

Rysanek, William J., Jr., 18, 30, 31, 34, 78 

Sachs, Sidney Herman, 22, 89, 92, 94 

Sacks, Milton S., 9, 11, 23, 59, 60, 63, 81, 102 

Salvati, Eugene Philip, 89, 92, 94 

Sandler, Robert, 98 

Sanford, William Gordon, 95 

Sarewitz, Albert Bernard, 97 

Sargent, George, 102 

Sauerwald,MaryJ.,19,58 

Savage, John E., 12, 21, 36, 77 

Sayles,HaroldA.,19 

Scarborough, Clarence P., 18, 25, 29, 76 

Scott,EarleS.,18,24 

Scott, Harry Baty, 32, 89, 92, 94 

Scott, Minette E., 102 

Schaefer, John F., 16, 28, 33, 68 

Schapiro, Joseph Solomon, 89, 92, 94 

Scher, Jordan Mayer, 97 

Scherr, Merle Sundrell, 95 

Schmale, Arthur Henry, Jr., 97 

Schmidt, Alfred F.. 99 

Schmidt,EmilG.,9,10,58 

Schmitz, W. J., 18 

Schnaper, Nathan, 97 

Schnitzker,William Frederic, 32, 89, 92, 94 

Schreiber, Richard David, 97 

Schultz, Kathryn L., 14, 23, 64 



Schwalm, Charlotte, 31 

Schwartz, Benson Charles, 95 

Schwartz, Theodore A., 14, 29, 34, 72 

Schwarz, Virginia, 31 

Seabold, William M., 14, 19, 20, 24, 30, 102 

Seabright, Howard L. , 22 

Seegar, J. King B. E., Jr., 18, 26, 77 

Seigel, John M., 25 

Seigman, Edwin L., 22 

Seliger, R. V., 38 

Sendelback, Bertha, 38 

Senning, Frederick Stephen, 89, 94 

Serra, Lawrence M., 14, 60 

Settle, William B., 14, 25. 26, 55, 68 

Sevcik, Charles v., 23 

Shackelford, Richard T., 13, 28, 33, 68 

Shafer, Cecil W., 22 

Shamer, Miriam Abbott, 98 

Shapiro. A. Albert, 14, 25, 71 

Sharretts, Kenneth C, 18, 28, 33, 69 

Shaw. John Hill. 89, 92, 94 

Shawbaker, Anna, 35 

Shear. Joseph, 22, 89, 90, 92, 94 

Sheehan, Joseph C, 18, 30, 31, 34, 78 

Shell, John Robert, 95 

Shelley, Harry S., 37 

Shepherd, Frederick Parker, 98 

Sheppard, Robert C., 16, 68 

Sherrard, Margaret Lee, 97 

Sherrill, Elizabeth D., 23 

Shiling, M. S., 16 

Shipley, Arthur M., 9, 10, 19, 20, 36, 38, 67, 102 

Shipley, E.Roderick, 18, 69 

Shochat,AlbertG.,16,23,64 

Shock, Nathan W., 37 

Shub, Maurice I., 99 

Shuhnan.Melvin. 89, 92,94 

Siegel, Isadore A., 13,21, 77 

Silber, Earle, 89, 92, 94 

Sills, David N., Jr., 32 

Silverman, Benjamin K.,95 

Silverstein, Daniel Lewis, 95 

Silverton, George, 18 

Simmons, Frederic Rudolph, Jr., 98 

Sires, William Oscar, 98 

Siwinski, Arthur G., 14, 27, 37, 68, 75 

Siwinski, Thaddeus Charles, 95 

Skitarelic Benedict, 14, 59 

Sklar, Allen Leon, 98 

Smith. Boyleston Dandridge, Jr., 98 

Smith. Dietrich Conrad, 9. 11 , 57, 81 

Smith, Edward P., 13. 28. 30. 31. 32. 34. 78, 102 

Smith, Frederick B.. 11, 30, 65 

Smith, George W., 19, 100 

Smith, John Richard, Jr., 89, 92, 94 

Smith, Meredith Parks, 97 

Smith, Morton, 98 

Smith, R.Dale, 9, 13,55 

Smith, Sol, 13, 30. 33, 60. 63 

Smith. W. Conwell, 102 

Smith, William H., 9, 12, 20, 60 

Smelser, Rennert Marquette, 95 

Snider, Kenneth Bruce, 97 

Snyder, Jerome. 18. 27, 79 



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Snyder, June Linda, 18, 57 

Snyder, Samuel, 18, 24, 61 

Snyder, William Allen, 95 

Sonnenfeldt, Gertrude, 99 

Sosnowski, Andrew Ra3rmond, 98 

Spanier, Allen Benson, 98 

Spaulding, Raymond Charles, Jr., 98 

Spear, Irving J., 8, 20, 38 

Spelsberg, Walter K., 32 

Spencer, Hugh R., 9, 10, 19, 20, 31, 38, 59, 102 

Spino, Pascal Daniel, 90, 92, 94 

Spittell, John Allen, Jr., 97 

Sprunt, Thomas P., 9, 10, 20, 23, 29, 60 

Spurrier, O. Walter, 18, 30, 34, 65 

Stahl, Robert Ray, 95 

Stabler, Earlin, John, 97 * 

Stanfield, Elwin Eugene, 97 

Steckler, Robert Joseph, 97 

Stegmaier, James G., 32 

Stein, Carl Christian, 19, 81 

Stein, Milton, 33 

Stenstrom, William Harold, 90, 92 , 94 

Stevenson, Edward Ward, 97 

Stewart, Edwin H., Jr., 18, 19, 69, 75, 76 

Stone, Robert L., 22 

Storm, Mary Elizabeth, 98 

Strahan, John Franklin, 97 

Strauss, George A., Jr., 31 

Sulka, Casimir Michael, 98 

Supik, William J., 18, 25, 73 

Sussman, Clyde G., 99 

Sussman, Harold, 90, 92, 94 

Swink, Robert Landrum, 90, 92, 94 

Swisher, Kyle Young, Jr., 95 

Swiss, Adam, 18, 61 

Tappan, Benjamin, 38 

Tarr, Norman, 96 

Tarun, William, 8, 38 

Tate, Allen Denny, Jr., 96 

Taussig, Helen M., 38 

Taylor, Harold N., 22 

Teitelbaum, Harry A., 16, 23 

Tenner, David, 16, 61 

Terhune, Samuel R., 38 

Theuerkauf, Frank Joseph, Jr., 96 

Thibadeau, Robert Torndorff, 98 

Thomas, Clyde Dana, Jr., 96 

Thomas, Ramsay B., 24 

Thomison, S. James, Jr., 100 

Thompson, Raymond K., 18, 37, 74 

Thompson, William Wesley, 98 

Thuss, William Getz, Jr., 96 

Tilley, Russell McFarlane, Jr., 97 

Timanus, James Kyner, 97 

Tonolla, E. H., 14, 60 

Toomey, Lewis C, 16, 20, 26, 76 

Touhey, T. J., 18, 28, 69 

Toulson, W. Houston, 9, 10, 19, 20, 25, 37, 73 

Townshend, Wilfred H., Jr., 16, 24, 61 

Traband, John H., 13 

Tramer, Arnold, 97 

Trench, James McKechan, 90, 92, 94 



Trettin, Gene Douglas, 97 

Trimble, I. Ridgeway, 13, 28, 33, 36, 68 

Triplett, William H., 18, 102 

Truitt, Edward B., 19, 58 

Truitt, Ralph P., 9, 10, 20, 23, 64 

Tull, Myron G., 14 

Tumminello, S. A., 30 

Tunney,RobertB.,18,30,31,34,78 

Turner, Philip C, 7 

Tydings, Millard E., 7 

Uhlenhuth, Eduard, 9, 10, 55, 81 
Ullrich, Henry F., 9, 12,20,25,29,33,37,71 
Upton, Albert Louis, 98 

Valderas, Jose Gervasio, 90, 92, 94 

VandeGrift, William D., 16, 59 

Van Goor, Kornelius, 98 

Van Lill, Stephen J., Ill, 18, 24, 61 

Vaughn, James A., Jr., 22 

Vazzana, Hugh D., 19, 80 

Venable, Sidney Johnson Jr., 90, 92, 94 

Veronica, Sister M., 28 

Vicens, Enrique A., 98 

Vincent, Sister M., 28 

Vincent, William Gerald, 98 

Vollmer, Frederick J., 16, 18, 30, 33, 61 

Vosburgh, Gilbert J., 36 

Voshell, Allen Fiske, 9, 10, 19, 20, 22, 25, 37, 71, 81 

Vyner,HaroldL.,16,23,64 

Waghelstein, Julius M., 37 

Wagner, John A., 9, 13, 59, 63, 74, 81, 102 

Wagner, Philip S., 13, 64 

Waife, Sholom O., 19, 61 

Walker, James H., 22 

Walker, Paul E., 99 

Walker, W.Wallace, 13, 55, 68 

Waller, William K., 14,60 

Walters, Hezekiah G., Jr., 96 

Walton, Henry J., 8, 38 

Waltz, Robert Claude, 90, 92, 94 

Ward, Grant E., 9, 12, 21, 27, 37, 68, 75, 76 

Ware, Charles IngersoU, 96 

Waring, H.Glenn, 37 

Warner, C. Gardner, 9, 12, 36, 59, 102 

Warnock, Robert George, 97 

Warthen, William H. F., 12, 67 

Waterman, Roger Sherman, 96 

Watson, Frank Yandle, 97 

Weed, Elinor Coolidge, 98 

Weeks, Thomas E., 24 

Weeks, William Earl, 19, 58, 65 

Weiland, Glenn S., 13, 58 

Welborn , James Todd , 96 

Welch, Elbert Sylvester, 97 

Welch, Hugh J., 30 

Wells, Gibson J., 14, 24, 38, 65 

White, Fowler Felix, 99 

White, John Phillips, III, 22, 90, 92, 94 

Whitehead, Hugh G., 16 

Whitehorn, Clark Allan, 96 

Whitehurst, Mrs. John L., 7 



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WiIder,MiItonJ.,16,25,37,38,71 
Wich, J. Carlton, 19, 24, 65 
Wilfson, Daniel, Jr., 16, 61 
Wilkerson, Albert R., 19, 69 
Wilkerson, J. Herbert, 12, 76 
Wilkins, Mabel, 23 
Will, David R., 22 
Williams, Charles H., 23 
Williams, Huntington, 9, 10, 67 
Williams, James Delbert, 90, 92, 94 
Williams, John Elbert, 90, 92, 94 
Williams, Martin Shelton, 99 
Williams, Robert Hilton, 99 
Wilson, Clifford Edward, Jr., 99 
Wilson, John Dean, 96 
Winokur, George, 90, 92, 94 
Winship, Emma, 23 
Wise, Walter D., 9, 10, 28, 67 
Wisong, Georgiana, 38 
Wolf, Ernest Simon, 99 
Wolfe, Carolyn DeWitt, 97 
Wolfe, William D., 29, 34 
Wolff, Thomas C, 9, 12, 29, 33, 60 
Wolfram, Betty, 31 
Womack, William Spengler, 96 



Wood, Austin H., 14, 73. 102 
Wood, Margaret Wether ill, 99 
Woodward, Theodore E., 13, 60 
Workman, Joseph B., 22 
Worsley, Thomas L., 19, 61 
Wright, Isaac C, 19, 59 
Wright, Robert B., 9, 12, 59 
Wylie, H. Boyd, 8, 9, 10, 19, 58. 102 

Yeager, George H., 9, 12, 19, 23, 24, 27, 36, 68 

Yeager, William Howard, Jr., 99 

Yockey, James C, 22 

Yocum,AlfredW.,99 

Young, Asa D., 13, 31, 80 

Young, Edgar W., Jr., 22 

Young, John Paul, 96 

Zapf, Evelyn Byrd, 38 
Zeligman, Israel, 14, 71 
Ziegler, John Bosley, 97 
Zimmerman, Muriel, 38 
Zinberg, Norman Earl, 90, 92, 94 
Zinn,WaitmanF., 9, 10,28,29,34,72 
Zupnik, Howard L., 19, 28, 33, 69 
Zuravin, Meyer H., 28 




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The One Hundred Forty-Third Academic Session 
1948-1949 



Catalogue of 
The One Hundred Forty-Second Academic Session 
1947-1948 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Calendar July 1948-Junc 1950 4 

Calendar of events for 1948-1949 5 

Organization 7 

Board of Regents 7 

Faculty of Medicine 8 

Fellows 18 

University Hospital 18 

Executive Committee 18 

Hospital Staff 19 

Resident and Intern Staff 20 

Dispensary Staff 22 

Dispensary Report 26 

Mercy Hospital 27 

Hospital Staff 27 

Resident and Intern Staff 31 

Dispensary Staff 32 

Dispensary Report 34 

Baltimore City Hospitals — Staff 35 

Keman Hospital — Staff 36 

The School of Medicine 37 

History 37 

Buildings and Facilities 38 

Requirements for Admission 43 

Application 43 

Minimum Requirements 43 

Combined Course in Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Medicine 44 

State IMedical Student Qualifying Cer- 
tificates 45 

Definition of Residence Status 45 

Current Fees 46 

Rules for Payment of Fees 46 

Penalty for Non-Payment of Fees 46 

Reexamination Fee 47 

Student Activities and Service Fee .... 47 

Student Health Service 47 

General Rules 48 

Housing 48 

Parking 48 

Prizes 50 

Scholarships 50 

Loan Funds 53 

Organization of the Curriculum 53> 

Anaesthesiolog}' 80 

Art as Applied to Medicine 80 

Bacteriology and Immunology 57 

Biological Chemistry 57 

Clinical Pathology 63 

Dentistry 75 



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Dermatology and Syphilology 67 

First Aid 76 

Gastro-Enterology 63 

Genito-Urinary Surgery 72 

Gross Anatomy 54 

Gynecology 77 

Histology and Embryology 55 

History of Medicine 80 

Hygiene and PubUc Health 66 

Industrial Medicine and Surgery. ... 75 

Legal Medicine 67 

Medicine 59 

Neuro-Anatomy 56 

Neurological Surgery 73 

Neurology 66 

Obstetrics 76 

Oncology 74 

Ophthalmology 78 

Orthopaedic Surgery 71 

Otology 73 

Pathology 58 

Pediatrics 65 

Pharmacology 57 

Physiology 56 

Plastic Surgery 76 

Postgraduate Courses 81 

Proctolog>' 73 

Psychiatry 64 

Rhinology and Laryngology 71 

Roentgenology 79 

Surgery 6S 

Schedules of Courses S3 

Graduates, June 5, 1948 89 

Internships, Graduates of June 5, 

1948 90 

Matriculates, September 18, 1947 to June 

5, 1948 91 

Post Graduate Students, July 1, 1947 

to June 30, 1948 97 

Summary of Students, September 18, 

1947 to June 5, 1948 100 

Geographical Distribution of Students, 
September 18, 1947 to June 5, 1948 100 

Medical Alumni Association 100 

Endowment Fund 101 

University of Maryland School of 

Nursing 102 

Mercy Hospital School of Nursing 102 

Index of Names 103 



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' ■" ■' ' ' ■ ' 1 



CALENDAR 
Academic Yeae— September 16, 1948 to June 4, 1949 



1948 
September 8, 9, 10 



Re-examinations for advancement. 



FIRST SEMESTER— September 16, 1948 to January 22, 1949 



September 14 Tuesday 

September 15 Wednesday 

September 16 Thursday 

November 24 Wednesday 



November 29 
December 22 



Monday 
Wednesday 



January 
January 

January 



January 

February 

February 

February 

April 

April 
May 
May 
May 

May 

May 
June 



1949 

3 Monday 
17 Monday 
to 
22 Saturday 



*Registration, payment of fees, freshmen and sophomores. 
*Registration and payment of fees by all other students. 
Instruction begins at 8:30 A.M. 
Instruction suspended at 5:00 P.M. 

Thanksgiving Holidays 
Instruction resumed. 
Instruction suspended at 5:00 P.M. 
Christmas Holidays 

Instruction resumed. 
Midyear examinations, ail classes. 
*Payment of fees for second semester. 
First semester completed 2:00 P.M. 



SECOND SEMESTER— January 24 to June 4, 1949 

24 Monday Instruction begins at 8:30 A.M. 

21 Monday Instruction suspended at 5:00 P.M. 

22 Tuesday Holiday — Washington's Birthday 

23 Wednesday Instruction resumed. 

13 Wednesday Instruction suspended at 5:00 P.M. 

Easter Holidays 
21 Thursday Instruction resumed. 
9 Monday Senior examinations begin. 

16 Monday Junior examinations begin. 

23 Monday Junior examinations continue. 

Sophomore and Freshmen examinations begin. 
28 Saturday Announcement of graduates. 

30 Monday Holiday — Memorial Day 

4 Saturday Commencement 

Second semester completed at 12 :30 P.M. 



PARTIAL CALENDAR FOR 1949-1950 



1949 
September 7, 8, 9 
September 13 Tuesday 



September 14 
September 15 



Wednesday 
Thursday 



Re-examinations for advancement. 
*Registration and payment of fees by freshmen and 

sophomores. 
*Registration and payment of fees by all other students. 

Instruction begins at 8:30 A.M. 



* A student who fails to register prior to or within the day or days specified will be 
called upon to pay a late registration fee of five dollars ($5.00). The last day of registra- 
tion with fee added to regular charges is Saturday of the week in which registration begins. 

The offices of the registrar and comptroller are open daily from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., 
and Saturday from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon. 



ORGANIZATION 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Harr\ Clifton Byrd, B.S., LL.D., D.Sc, President and Executive Officer 



BOARD OF REGENTS 

WiLUAM P. Cole, Jr., Chairman Baltimore. . . 

Stanford Z. Rothschild, Secretary Baltimore . . 

J. Milton Patterson, Treasurer Baltimore. . . 

Edw.ard F. Holter Middletown 

E. Paul Knotts Denton 



Term Expires 
. . 1949 
. . 1952 
. . 1953 
. . 1952 
. . 1954 



Glenn L. Martin^ Baltimore 1951 

Ch.^rles p. McCormtck Baltimore 1948 

Harry H. Nuttle Denton 1959 

Philip C. Turner Baltimore 1950 

MiLL-ARD E. Tydings Washington, D. C 1951 

Mrs. John L. Whitehurst Baltimore 1956 

Peter W. Chichester Frederick 1957 

Members of the Board are appointed by the Governor of the State for terms of 
nine years each, beginning the first Monday in June. 

The President of the University of Maryland is, by law, Executive Ofiicer of the 
Board. 

A regular meeting of the Board is held the third Friday in each month, except 
during the months of July and August. 

Each school has its own Faculty Council, composed of the Dean and members 
of its faculty; each Faculty Council controls the internal affairs of the group it 
represents. 

The University has the following educational organizations: 

At Baltimore The College of Business and Public 
The School of Dentistry Administration 

The School of Law The College of Commerce 

The School of Medicine The College ot Education 

The School of Nursing The College of Engineering 

The School of Pharmacy The College ot Home Economics 

Tlie College of Education The Graduate School 

(Baltimore Division) The Department of Military 

Science and Tactics 

At College Park The Department of Physical 
The College of Agricultural Education and Recreation 

The College of Arts and Sciences The Summer School 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 

School of Medicine 

H. C. Byrd, B.S., L.L.D., D.Sc President of the University 

Maurice C. Pincoffs, B.S., M.D., Assistant to the President 

H. Boyd Wylie, M.D Dean 

O. G. Hame Assistant to the Dean 

Alma H. Preinls.ert, AI.A Registrar 

Edgar F. Long, Ph.D Director of Admissions 

3 Resigned July 1, 1948. 

7 



8 



TEE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 
EMERITI 

J. Frank Crouch, M.D Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and Otology, Emeritus 

Harry Friedenwald, A.B., M.D.,D.HX., D.Sc. .Professor of Ophthalmology, Emeritus 

William S. Gardner, M.D Professor of Gynecology, Emeritus^ 

J. M. H. Rowland, M.D., D.Sc, LL.D. 

Professor of Obstetrics, Emeritus; Dean, Emeritus 

J. Dawson Reeder, M.D Professor of Proctology, Emeritus 

ELenry J. Walton, M.D Professor of Roentgenology, Emeritus 

Page Edmunds, M.D Professor of Traumatic Surgery, Emeritus 

Ruth Lee Briscoe Librarian, Emeritus 

Albertus Cotton, M.A., M.D.. .Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, and Roentgenology, 

Emeritus 

William Tarun, M.D Professor of Ophthalmology, Emeritus'* 

Joseph E. Gichner, M.D Professor of Clinical Medicine and Physical Therapeutics, 

Emeritus 

Harvey G. Beck, M.D., D.Sc Professor of Clinical Medicine, Emeritus 

Irving J. Spear, M.D Professor of Neurology, Emeritus 

CoMPTON Riely, M.D Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Emeritus^*^ 

Carl L. Davis, M.D Professor of Anatomy, Emeritus 

Arthur M. Shipley, M.D., D.Sc Professor of Surgery, Emeritus 

FACULTY BOARD 

Dean H. Boyd Wylee, Chaitman 
O. G. Harne, Secretary 

William R. Amberson A. H. Finkelstein Edward A. Looper 

Franklin B. Anderson Leon Freedom William S. Love, Jr. 

James G. Arnold, Jr. Edgar B. Friedenwald John F. Lutz 

Walter A. Baetjer Thomas K. Galvin Stanley H. Macht 

Charles Bagley, Jr. Moses Gellman Howard J. Maldeis 

J. Edmund Bradley Andrew C. Gillis Charles W. Maxson 

Otto C. Brantigan Frank W. Hachtel Zachariah Morgan 

Howard M. Bubert Harold E. Harrison Theodore H. Morrison 

T. Nelson Carey Cyrus F. Horine Alfred T. Nelson 

C. Jelleef Cars J. Mason Hundley, Jr, Emil Novak 

Thomas R. Chambers Elliott H. Hutchins Thomas R. O'Rourk 

Carl Dame Clarke Edward S. Johnson Robert H. Oster 

Ross McC. Chapman F- L. Jennings C. W. Peake 

Paul W. Clough C. Loring Joslin D. J. Pessagno 

Richard G. Coblentz Walter L. Kilby H. R. Peters 

Beverley C. Compton Edward A. Kitlowski Maurice C. Pincoffs 

^ XT T» ,r^n^vT Vernon E. Krahl J. G. M. Reese 

Charles N. Davidson _ _ _ _ ^ . 

.^.^ ^ John C. Krantz, Jr. Charles A. 

Louis H. Douglass ; * ,r -i^ t. 

Louis A. M. Krause Reifschneider 

C. Reid Edwards Kenneth D. Legge Dexter L. Reimann 

Monte Edwards ^ ^ Locher Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

Frank H. J. Figge q Carroll Lockard Harry L. Rogers 

6 Died Feb. 18, 1948. 
t^Died Nov. 21, 1947. 
'^ Died July 27, 1948. 



FACULTY OP MEDICINE 



Milton S. Sacks 
Emil G. Schmidt 
Dietrich C. Smith 
R. Dale Smith 
William H. Smith 
Hugh R, Spencer 
Thomas P. Sprunt 



W. Houston Toulson 
Ralph P. Truitt 
Eduard Uhlenhuth 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Allen F. Voshell 
John A. Wagner 
Grant E. Ward 
C. Gardner Warner 



Huntington Williams 
Walter D. Wise 
Theodore E. Woodward 
Thomas C. Wolff 
Robert B. Wright 
George H. Yeager 
Waitman F. Zinn 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE FACULTY 



Dean H. Boyd Wylds, Chairman 
O. G. Harne, Secretary 



Louis H. Douglass 
Charles Reid Edwards 
Frank W. Hachtel 



J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Emtl G. Schmidt 
T. Nelson Carey 



Hugh R. Spencer 
FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

PROFESSORS 

Myron S. Aisenberg, D.D.S., Professor of Pathology, School of Dentistry. 

William R. Amberson, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology. 

George M. Anderson, D.D.S., Professor of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry. 

Thomas B. Aycock, B.S., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery .^^ 

Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D., Professor of Neurological Surgery. 

Charles F. Blake, M.A., M.D., Professor of Proctology .5° 

Otto C. Brantigan, B.S., M.D., Professor of Surgical Anatomy, Clinical Professor of 

Surgery. 
T. Nelson Carey, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine' and Chairman of the Department 

of Medicine. 
Ross McC. Chapman, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry. 
Clyde A. Clapp, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology.' 

Richard G. Coblentz, M.A., M.D., Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery. 
Carl L. Davis, M.D., Professor of Anatomy.'^ 

Brice M. Dorsey, D.D.S., Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 
Louis H. Douglass, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics. 
Frederick C. Dye, A.B., M.D., Professor of Anaesthesiology.** 

It Is to be noted that for convenience of reference the names of the mem- 
bers of the Faculty are listed in the forepart of this catalogue in alphabetical 
order. The names are listed in order of seniority under each preclinical and 
clinical department of the school on subsequent pages. 

On the lists of the Faculty of Medicine and Fellows and the Hospital and Dispensary 
staffs are given the names and positions assigned during the period July 1, 1947 to June 30, 
1948 unless otherwise indicated. Changes are noted as follows: 

^Appointments effective July 1, 1948. 

2 Promotions effective July 1, 1948. 

» Resignations effective July 1, 1948. 

* On leave, effective July 1, 1948. 

^ Resignation effective July 31, 1948. 

6t> Died Jan. 7, 1948. 

6° Died Mar. 20, 1948. 

7 Retired July 15, 1948. 



10 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Charles Reid Edwards, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

Monte Edwards, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery and Professor of Proctology; 

Frank H. J. Figge, Ph.D., Professor of Experimental Anatomy. 

H. K. Fleck, M.D., Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology. 

Edgar B. Friedenwald, M.D., Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 

Thomas K. Calvin, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gynecology. 

Grason W. Gaver, D.D.S., Professor of Dental Prosthetics, School of Dentistry. 

Andrew C. Gillis, M.A., M.D., LL.D., Professor of Neurology. 

Frank W. Hachtel, M.D., Professor of Bacteriology. 

WiUiam E. Hahn, A.B., M.S., D.D.S., Professor of Anatomy, School of Dentistry. 

Harry C. Hull, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr., M.A., M.D., Professor of Gynecology. 

Elliott H. Hutchins, M.A., M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

F. L. Jennings, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

C. Loring Joslin, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics. 
Walter L. Kilby, M.D., Professor of Roentgenology^. 

Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D., Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery. 

John C. Krantz, Jr., Ph.D., D.Sc, Professor of Pharmacology. 

Louis A. M. Krause, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Kenneth D. Legge, M.D., Professor of Clinical Genito-UrinaP)' Surgery. 

G. Carroll Lockard, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Edward A. Looper, M.D., D.Oph., Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology. 
Theodore H. Morrison, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
Ernest B. Nuttall, D.D.S., Professor of Crown and Bridge, School of Dentistry. 
Thomas R. O'Rourk, M.D., Clinical Professor of Otology, Associate Professor of Rhinology 

and Laryngology. 
Robert H. Oster, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology, School of Dentistry. 

D. J. Pessagno, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery, 

H. Raymond Peters, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Maurice C. Pincoffs, B.S., M.D., Professor of Medicine. 

Kenneth V. Randolph, D.D.S., Professor of Operative Dentistry, School of Dentistry. 

Charles A. Reifschneider, M.D., Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery. 

Harry L. Rogers, M.D., Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr., M.D., Professor of Dermatolog>-. 

EmQ G. Schmidt, Ph.D., LL.B., Professor of Biological Chemistry.^ 

Arthur M. Shipley, M.D., D.Sc, Professor of Surgery.^'' 

Hugh R. Spencer, J^I.D., Professor of Pathology. 

Thomas P. Sprunt, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

W. Houston Toulson, M.Sc, M.D., Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Ralph P. Truitt, M.D., Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. 

Eduard Uhlenhuth, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D., Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Huntington WilKams, M.D., Dr. P.H., Professor o fHygiene and Public Health. 

Walter D. Wise, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

H. Boyd Wylie, M.D., Dean^* and Professor of Biological Chemistry.' 

George H. Yeager, B.S., M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

Waitman F. Zinn, M.D., Clinical Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology. 

^^ Appointed June 15, 1948. 

3^ Resigned July 8, 1948. 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 11 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

Franklin B. Anderson, M.D., Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology, and 
Otology. 

James G. Arnold, Jr., M.D., Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery. 

Walter A. Baetjer, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

J. McFarland Bergland, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics.' 

J. Edmund Bradley, M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. ^ 

H. M. Bubert, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

C. Jelleff Carr, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pharmacology. 

Thomas R. Chambers, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Carl_Dame Clarke, M.A., Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Paul VV. Clough, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicme. 

Charles N. Davidson, M.D., Associate Professor of Roentgenology. 

Ross Davies, M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

Edward C. Dobbs, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Pharmacology, School of Dentistry. 

J. S. Eastland, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine.^ 

A. H. Finkelstein, M.D., ^Yssociate Professor of Pediatrics.' 

Leon Freedom, M.D., Professor of Neurology, and Associate in Pathology. 

Moses Gellman, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

O. G. Hame, Associate Professor of Histolog>', and Asst. to the Dean. 

Harold E. Harrison, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 

Horace Hodes, M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

Cyrus F. Horine, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Albert Jaffe, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, 

Edward S. Johnson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Vernon E. Krahl, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Gross Anatomy. 

R. W. Locher, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

William S. Love, Jr., A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Howard J. Maldeis, M.D., Associate Professor of Legal Medicine and Associate in Path- 
ology. 

Charles W. Maxson, jVLD., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

James G. McAJpine, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Bacteriology.'' 

Walter C. Merkel, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology .2 

Samuel Morrison, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine^, Associate Professor of 
Gastro-enterology^ 

H. Whitman Newell, M.D., x\ssociate Professor of Psychiatry. 

Emil Novak, A.B., M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 

C. W. Peake, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

J. G. M. Reese, M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 

Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Rhinology and Lar3-ngology, 
Associate in Otology. 

Milton S. Sacks, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine- and Head of Clinical Pathology, 
Associate in Pathology 

Dietrich Conrad Smith, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 

Frederick B. Smith, M.D., /Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

William H. Smith, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

Henry F. Ullrich, M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Grant E. Ward, A.B., M,D., Associate Professor of Surgery and Oral Surgery. 

C. Gardner W'arner, A,B., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 



12 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

William H. F. Warthen, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene & Public Health. 
Glenn S. Weiland, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biochemistry^ 
Thomas C. Wolff, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine.^ 
Theodore E. Woodward, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine^ 
Robert B. Wright, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 

Thurston R. Adams, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 

Joseph C. Biddix, Jr., D.D.S., Assistant Professor of Clinical Operative Dentistry, School 

of Dentistry. 
H. F. Bongardt, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Leo Brady, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 
Simon H. Brager, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology, 
Edward F. Cotter, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Associate in Neurology .^ 
J. G. N. Gushing, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry-^ 
William W. Elgin, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry^ 
Francis A. Ellis, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology. 
Maurice Feldman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
W^therbee Fort, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Frank J. Geraghty, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Francis W. Gillis, M.D., Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery. 
Samuel S. Glick, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 
Harry Goldsmith, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
Henry F. Graff, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology®. 
Hugh T. Hicks, D.D.S., Assistant Professor of Periodontology, School of Dentistry. 
Harry K. Iwamota, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, 
H. Vernon Langeluttig, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. ^ 
Philip L. Lemer, Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Hans W. Loewald, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
John F. Lutz, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Histology. 
Stanley H. Macht, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 
Howard B. Mays, M.D., Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery and Instructor in 

Pathology. 
Zachariah Morgan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
Harry M. Murdock, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
George McLean, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Alfred T. Nelson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Anaesthesiology. 
James W. Nelson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
M. Alexander Novey, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 
Dexter L. Reimann, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 
I. O. Ridgely, M.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
Harry M. Robinson, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Associate in 

Medicine. 
John E. Savage, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 
Isadore A. Siegel, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 
Edward P. Smith, M.D., Ph.G., Assistant Professor of GjTiecology. 
R. Dale Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Gross Anatomy, 
Sol Smith, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

® Resigned February 1, 1948. 



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Lewis C. Toomey, D.D.S., Assistant Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry .^ 

J. Ridgeway Trimble, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

John A. Wagner, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology and Neuropathology 

Assistant in Medicine. 
Philip S. Wagner, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
W. Wallace Walker, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 
Asa D. Young, M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 

ASSOCIATES 

Conrad E. Acton, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Marie A. Andersch, Ph.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Margaret B. Ballard, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 
Donald J. Bamett, M.D., Associate in Roentgenology. 
Eugene S. Bereston, A.B., M.D., Associate in Dermatology. 

Kenneth B. Boyd, A.B., M.D., Associate in G>Tiecology and Assistant in Obstetrics. 
M. Paul Byerly, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Beverley C. Compton, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecolog\\2 
W. A. H. Councill, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 
Francis G. Dickey, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

D. McClelland Dixon, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics and Instructor in Pathology. 
Everett S. Diggs, B.S., M.D., Associate in Gynecology .2 
William K. Diehl, M.D., Associate in Gynecology .^ 
John C. Dumler, B.S., M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 
J. J. Erwin, M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 
Houston Everett, M.D., Associate in Gynecology.^ 
L. K. Fargo, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 
William L. Fearing, M.D., Associate in Neurology. 
Jerome Fineman, M.D., Associate in Pediatrics.^ 

Samuel L. Fox, M.D., Associate in Rhinology, Laryngology and Otology. 
Irving Freeman, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
George Govatos, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 
Raymond F. Helfrich, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 
W. Grafton Herspberger, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
John T. Hibbitts, M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 
Leslie B. Hohman, M.D., Associate in Psychiatrv- 
John F. Hogan, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 
Henry W. D. Holljes, M.D., Associate in Medicine^ 
Z. Vance Hooper, M.D., Associate in Gastro-Enterology. 
CleweU Howell, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 
Meyer W. Jacobson, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Joseph V, Jerardi, B.S., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 
D. Frank Kaltreider, A.B., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 
Arthur Karfgin, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Fa}Tie A. Kayser, M.D., Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology. 
Joseph I. Kemler, M.D., Associate in Ophthalmology. 
F. PMwin Knowles, Jr., M.D., Associate in Ophthalmology. 

Frederick T. Kyper, M.D., D.Sc, Associate in Rhinology, Laryngology, and Broncho- 
scopy, Instructor in Otology. 
C. Edward Leach, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 
Samuel Legum, M.D., Associate in^Medicine. 



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Ephraim T. Lisansky, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

H. Edmund Levin, B.S., M.D., Associate in Bacteriology, Instructor in Medicine.* 

G. Bowers Mansdorfer, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

I. H. Maseritz, M.D., Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Lyle J. Millan, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Frank K. Morris, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology, Instructor in Obstetrics. 

W. Raymond McKenzie, M.D., Associate in Rhinology and Lariiigology. 

Hugh B. McNally, B.S., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

S. Edwin MuUer, M.D., Associate in Medicine^ 

Herbert E. Reifschneider, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy .^ 

Robert A. Reiter, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Samuel T. R. Re veil, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

William F. Rienhoff, Jr., M.D,, Associate in Surgery. 

Henry L. Rigdon, M.D., Associate in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy .^ 

R. C. V. Robinson, M.D., Associate in Dermatology^ 

Kathym L. Schultz, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry. 

Theodore A. Schwartz, M.D., Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

WilHam M. Seabold, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Lawrence M. Serra, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

WiUiam B. Settle, M.D., Associate in Surgery, Instructor in Surgical Anatomy. 

A. Albert Shapiro, B.S., M.D., Associate in Dermatology.^ 

Arthur G. Siwinski, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Benedict Skitarelic, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

Henry A. Teitlebaum, B.S., M.D., Ph.D., Associate in Neurology^ 

Isadore Tuerk, M.D., Associate in Psychiatrj'^ 

William K. Waller, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Gibson J. Wells, M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Milton J. Wilder, M.D., Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery .^ 

Austin H. Wood, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Israel Zeligman, A.B., M.D., Associate in Dermatology. 

LECTURERS 

Jonas Friedenwald, M.A., M.D., Lecturer in Ophthalmic Pathology. 
Leonard Karel, Ph.D., Lecturer in Pharmacolog>^ 
Stephen Krop, Ph.D., Lecturer in Pharmacology. 
Joseph M. Miller, M.D., Lecturer in Surgery. 

INSTRUCTORS 

A. Russell Anderson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Leon Ashman, M.D., Instructor in INIedicine. 

Edmund G. Beacham, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 

John Z. Bowers, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Harry C. Bowie, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 

Thomas S. Bowyer, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant m Obstetrics. 

George H. Brouillet, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surger>% and Assistant in Surgical Anatomy, 

Ann Virginia Brow^n, A.B., Instructor in Biological Chemistry. 

Samuel H. Bryant, A.B., D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Diagnosis, School of Dentistry. 

William J. Bryson, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology^ 

Harold H. Bums, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 



FACULTY OP MEDICINE 15 

Lucile J. Caldwell, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

Mary E. Chinn, A.B., Instructor in Physiolog\\^ 

Richard J. Golfer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pathology 

Joseph M. Cordi, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics^ 

Stuart G. Goughlan, B.S., M.D,, Instructor in Surgery. 

John R. Davis, M.D., Instructor in Medicine.^ 

W. Allen Deckert, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Surgery. 

Martha C. Eaton, A.B., Sc.M., Instructor in Hygiene and Public Health. ^ 

Ernest S. Edlow, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Philip D. Fl>Tin, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Paul N. Friedman, A.B., ]\I.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology .^ 

William L. Garlick, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Jason H. Gaskel, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Russell Gighotti, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Diagnosis School of Dentistry.^ 

Samuel J. Hankin, M.D. Instructor in Medicine. 

Alvin J. Hartz, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Mary L. Hayleck, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Robert F. Healy, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

William G. Helfrich, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Benjamin Highstein, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

F. A. Holden, M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology.^ 

Calvin Hyman, M.D., Instructor in Surger>'. 

Benjamin H. Isaacs, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

Edward S. Kallins, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

WiUiam H. Kammer, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Ciydt F. Kams, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

A. Kremen, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Louis J. KroU, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Arnold F. Lavenstein, Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Kurt Levy, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Joseph H. Marshall, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Henry J. Marriott, M.A., B.M., Instructor in Medicine.^ 

Karl F. Mech, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gross Anatomy, and Pathology. 

Israel P. Meranski, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

J. Duer Moores, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surger}'. 

J. Huff ^Morrison, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 

S. Edwin Muller, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Joseph E. Muse, Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Ruth Musser, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacology. 

John A. Myers, M.E.E., M.D., Instructor in Medicine, Assistant in Gastro-Enterology. 

Francis J. McLaughlin, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Samuel Novey, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

M. Paul Padget, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

William A. Parr, M.D., Instructor in Otology. 

Richard H. Pembroke, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatr>'. 

Eugene L. Pessagno, A.B., D.D.S., Instructor in Operative Surgery, School of Dentistry. 

Ross Z. Pierpont, M.D., Instructor in Surgical Anatomy .^ 

Samuel E. Proctor, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surger>'. 

Daniel R. Robinson, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Se>Tnour W. Rubin, ]M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

3»Resigned July 31, 1948. 



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Clarence P, Scarborough, M.D., Instructor in Surgery .^ 

John F. Schaefer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surger}', 

Robert C. Sheppard, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Albert J. Shochat, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gastro-Enterology. 

Ruby A. Smith, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmolog>\i 

Cleo D. Stiles, M.D., instructor in Ophthalmology .^ 

David Tenner, M.D., Instructor in Medicine! 

Wilfred H. Townshend, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

VViUiam D. VandeGrift, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Harold L. Vyner, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Frederick J. Vollmer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine.- 

Daniel VVilfson, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

ASSISTANTS 

Earnest E. Banfield, M.D., Assistant in Plastic Surgery.^ 

Robert E. Bauer, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pathology .^ 

Harry McB. Beck, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Robert Z. Berry, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

Frances M. Blackburn, Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine.^ 

George H. Brouillet, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgical Anatomy.^ 

Frances C. Brown, A.B., Assistant in Physiology.®* 

Joseph G. Bird, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pharmacology. 

A. V. Buchness, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

John W. Chambers, M.D., Assistant in Surgery, and Neurological Surgery. 

Robert G. Chambers, M.D., Assistant in Surgery and Plastic Surgery.^ 

L. T. Chance, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Jerome Cohn, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.® 

Jonas Cohen, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

Morris M, Cohen, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology.^ 

Donald D, Cooper, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 

Samuel H. Culver, M.D,, Assistant in Surgery. 

Raymond M. Cunningham, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery, and Proctology. 

Edwin O. Dane, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery .^ 

E. Hollister Davis, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

George H. Davis, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

John B. DeHoff, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

William A. Dodd, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

William C. Duffy, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

William C. Dunnigan, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Morris A. Fine, M.D., Assistant in Medicine and Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Donald E. Fisher, M.D., Assistant in Pathology.^ 

Audrey M. Funk, A.B., Assistant in Medicine. 

WiUiam H. Fusting, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^ 

L. Calvin Gareis, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Wilham R. Geraghty, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

® Appointed September 1st 1947. 

** Appointment effective September 1, 1948. 



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H. L. Granoff, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

Richard D. Grill, Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Joseph B. Gross, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

John S. Haines, M.D., Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Donald B. Hebb, M.D., Assistant in Surgery and Proctology. 

John S. Haught, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

L. Ann Hellen, B.S., Assistant in Medicine. 

Sylvia Himmelfarb, A.B., Assistant in Physiology.^* 

John H. Hirschfeld, M.D., Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology. 

John V. Hopkins, M.D,, Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Rollin C. Hudson, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Hugh Jewett, M.D., Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Harry F. Kane, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 

James R. Kams, B.S., M.D,, Assistant in Medicine, and Physician in charge of Medical 

care of Students.^* 
Schuyler G. Kohn, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Marvin Lacy, M.D., Assistant in Surgery and Plastic Surgery.*" 
Alfred S. I^derman, Assistant in Gastro-Enterology. 
Frank E. Leslie, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
V. Harw'ood Link, A,B,, M,D., Assistant in Dermatology. 
F. Ford Loker, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Helen I. Maginnis, M.D,, Assistant in Gynecology. 
W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Charles B. Marek, M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 
Clarence W. Martin, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.* 
William A. Mitchell, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Howard B, McElwain, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
John C. Osborne, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Frank J. Otanasek, M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery. 
Patrick C, Phelan, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Susan R. Pincoffs, R.N., Assistant in Medicine.* 
Hazel Y. Pruitt, Assistant in Bacteriology. 
Frederick M. Reese, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 
James Russo, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesiology. 
William J. Rysanek, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 
J. King B. E. Seegar, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Joseph C. Sheehan, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 
E. Roderick Shipley, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Jerome Snyder, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology.' 
Samuel Snyder, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
O. Walter Spurrier, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Stuart D. Sunday, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.* 
William J, Supik, M,D., Assistant in Proctology. 
Adam Swiss, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.* 

Raymond K. Thompson, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery. 
T. J. Touhey, M.D., x\ssistant in Surgery. 

** Appointment effective August 1, 1948. 
*° Appointment effective July 15; 1948. 
^ Appointed August 1, 1948. 



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FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

Robert B. Tunney, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Gynecology. 
Stephen J. Van Lill, III, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
William Earl Weeks, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
J. Carlton Wich, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Thomas L. Worsley, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Howard L. Zupnik, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

FELLOWS 

Jos6 A. Alvarez, M.D., Hitchcock Fellow in Neurological Surgery.^ 

Frederick K. Bell, Ph.D., U. S. Pharmacopoeia Fellow. 

Joseph G. Bird, A.B., M.D., Fellow in Pharmacology. 

George W. Bradford, M.D., Baltimore Rh Laboratory, Fellow in Medicine.^ 

WilUam L. Byerly, Research Fellow in Surgery .'''' 

Robert G. Chambers, M.D., National Cancer Research Trainee.^ 

Robert M. H. Crosby, M.D., Fellow in Neurological Surgery. 

Elaine Gaby, A.B., Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Joseph A. Guilbeau, Jr., M.D., Baltimore Rh Laboratory Fellow in Obstetrics.^ 

John B. Harman, B.S., Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology.^ 

C. Hal Ingram Research, Fellow in Surgery.^ 

Raymond F. Khne, B.S., M.S., Porter Fellow in Physiology .^ 

Marvin Lacy, M.D., National Cancer Research Trainee.^" 

G. D. Maengwyn-Davies, Ph.M., Fellow in Pharmacology.^ 

John Shelby Metcalf , Weaver Fellow in Gross Anatomy.^ 

Edmund B. Middle ton. Weaver Fellow in Gross Anatomy.^ 

Aaron Podohiick, B.S., M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry.^ 

Walter G. Reich, Jr., B.S., Weaver Fellow in Gross Anatomy. 

Mary J. Sauerwald, A.B., Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Edward B. Truitt, B.S., Markle Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Edwin L. Seigman, A.B., M.D., Fellow in Roentgenology. 

RESEARCH ASSISTANTS 

Hans Ludes, Research Assistant in Physiology.' 

John S. Metcalf, Jr., Research Assistant in Physiology."* 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE STAFF 

Maurice C. Pincoffs, Assistant to the President) 

H. Boyd Wylie, Dean, >Ex ojicio 

Habold A. Sayles, Acting Superintendent, J 

Charles F. Reifschneider, Chairman 

Theodore E. Woodward, Secretary 
Charles Reid Edwards Walter L. Kilby 

T. Nelson Carey Alfred T. Nelson 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. Milton S. Sacks 

Louis H. Douglass C. Loring Joslin 

George H. Yeager 

Elected Members Term Expires Elected Members Term Expires 

Richard Coblentz 1948 Howard B. Mays 1949 

*" Appointment effective July 15, 1948. ^ Appointment effective July, 1948. 

^^ Appointmenteffective July and August 1948. ^^ Appointment effective January 1, 1949. 



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Edward F. Cotter 1948 Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr 1950 

Harry C. Hull 1949 Henry F. Ullrich 1950 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 

Harold A. Sayles, Acting Superintetident 
Physician-in-Chief Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Thomas P. Sprunt 
Louis A. M. Kil\use 
Physicians ■^ G. Carroll Lockard 

I William S. Love, Jr. 

[t. Nelson Carey 

Gastro-EnUrologisl Francis Dickey 

[Irving J. Spear 



Neurologists. 



Leon Freedom 

Ross McC. CHAPM.A.N 

Psychiatrists \ Ralph P. Truitt 

H. Whitman Newell 

C. Loring Joslin 
Albert Jaffe 
Pediatricians <j J. Edmund Bradley 

A. H. FlNKELSTEIN 

WiLLi.\M ]\L Seabold 

Dermatologist Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

. . , , r^ i 7 • . ( Francis A. Ellis 

Asststant Dermatologists < ^^ ^^ t. t 

[Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 

(Hugh R. Spencer 
Dexter L. Reimann 
John A. Wagner 

Surgeon-in-C/iief Charles Reld Edwards 

[Charles Bagley, Jr. 

Neurological Surgeons \ Richard G. Coblentz 

[James G. Arnold, Jr. 

[Edward A. Looper 

Laryngologisls n Franklin B. Anderson 

[thomas R. O'Rourk 

p f J • 4 ( Monte Edwards 

\Thurston R. .Adams 

[ Allen Fiske Voshell 

Orthopaedic Surgeons \ Moses Gellman 

Henry F. Ullrich 

W. Houston Toulson 

/^ ', TT • c' ) W. A. H. COUNCILL 

Gemto-Unnary Surgeons < , ^ , , 

Lyle J. Millan 

Howard B. Mays 
Dental Surgeon-in-Chief Brjce M. Dorsey 



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j Sauuel H. Bryant 
Edward C. Dobbs 

Dentists { Lewis C. Toomey 

Eugene L. Pessagno 
Russell Gigliotti 
(Walter L. Kilby 

Roentgenologists <; Ch.\rles N. Davidson 

[Donald J. Barnett 

Bronchoscopist Edward A. Looper 

Associate Bronchoscopist Frederick T. Kyper 

Assistant BroncJioscopist John H. Hirschfeld 

Otologist Thomas R. O'Rourk 

A nesthesiologist Alfred T. Nelson 

(Louis H. Douglass 
J. G. M. Reese 
Isadore a. Siegel 
I John E. Savage 
[Hugh B. McNally 

Ophthalmologists F. Ed\v^n Knowles, Jr. 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Leo Brady 
Beverly C. Compton 

Gynecologists \ John C. Dumler 

William K. Diehl 
Everett S. Diggs 

ErIvTEST I. CORNBROOKS, Jr. 

^ , . , f J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Physical Therapist Gr.\ce E. Shaw 

ANNUAL HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 

The following annual appointments are made to the University Hospital: 

Six Residents in Medicine Five Residents in Pediatrics 

Twelve Residents in Surgery Three Residents in Roentgenology 

Two Residents in Neurosurgery Twelve Rotating Junior Interns 

Four Residents in G>Tiecology Twelve Rotating Senior j^Interns 

Six Residents in Obstetrics Two Straight Interns 

Five Residents in Anaesthesiology One Dental Intern 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 

July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1949 

RESIDENT STAFF 

Joseph W. Baggett, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 
J. Marion Bankhead, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Anesthesiology 
Thomas G. Barnes, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Phillip R. Berger, B.A., B.S., Assistant Resident in Roentgenology 
Charles V. Bowen, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
William L. Byerly, B.S., M.D., Co-Resident in Surgery 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 21 

RowELL C. Cloninger, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Eugene C. Conner, M.D., Co-Resident in Anaesthesiology 

R. Adams Cowley, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Richard J. Cross, B.S., M.D., Resident in Otorhinolaryngology and Ophihalmology 

William C. Covey, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

John Dennis, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Roentgenology^ 

Miles E. Drake, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., M.D., Resident in Pediatrics 

William C. Ebeling, III, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

WiLLTFORD Eppes, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Joseph B. Ganey, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

John F. Gayle, M.D., Resident in Gynecology 

Benjamin M. Gold, B.S., M.D., Intern in Obstetrics 

James H. Graves, B.S., M.D., Resident in Obstetrics 

Frederick Go Kiatsu, M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

David B. Gray, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

William B. Hag an, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Howard E. Hall, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

John S. Haught, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

Charles W. Hawkins, M.D., Resident in Urology 

Richard D. Hoover, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

Ann Howard, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

Jerome Imburg, M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

C. Hal Ingram, A.B., M.D., Co-Resident in Surgery 

Blackburn S. Joslin, M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

H. James Lambert, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

Lorman L. Levinson, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics {assigned to Gynecology) 

William D. Lynn, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

James R. McNinch, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Anaesthesiology 

William H. Mosberg, B.S., M.D,, Resident in Neurosurgery 

William T. Raby, B.S., M.B., M.D., Resident in Medicine 

James J. Range, A.B., M.D., Resident in Roentgenology^ 

Edwin L. Seigman, A.B., M.D., Fellow in Roentgenology 

Cecil Shafer, B.S., M.D., Co-Resident in Anaesthesiology 

James H. Shell, M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology (assigned to Obstetrics) 

George W. Smith, M.D., Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery 

Robert L. Stojje, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology^ 

Paul Tinker, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology^ 

David R. Will, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

James R. Winterringer, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 

Is.\AC C. Wright, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 

SENIOR INTERNS 

John F. Benson, B.S., M.D. Robert C. Hunter, B.S., M.D. 

Frank E. Brumback, M.D. Arlie R. Mansberger, Jr., M.D. 

John E. Evans, Jr., B.S., M.D. John B. Piggott, Jr., B.S., M.D. 

William A. Gakenheimer, M.D. John H. Rosser, B.S., M.D. 

Robert R. Hahn, M.D. Joseph Shear, B.S., M.D. 

John A. Hightower, M.D. John P. White, III ^LD. 

1 Until October 31, 1948— Resident thereafter. 

2 Until October 31, 1948. 

3 Until March 31, 1949. 

* April, May, and June 1949. 



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JUNIOR INTERNS 



David Auld, A.B., M.D. 
James M. Bisanar, M.D. 
John R. Hankins, B.A., M.D. 
Frederick J. Heldrich, Jr., M.D. 
William: J. Holloway, M.D. 
H. Patterson Mack, M.D. 



Nicholas Mallis, M.D. 
Fred R. McCrumb, Jr., M.D. 
William A. Niermann, M.D. 
Phyllis x\nn Petersen, A.B., M.D. 
Kyle L. S^^^SHER, Jr., M.D. 
Frank J. Theuerkauf, Jr., M.D. 



DENTAL INTERN 
Ch.\rles W. DeVier, Jr., D.D.S. 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 

Emma Winshlp, R.N. 

Dispensary Director 

DISPENSARY COMMITTEE 

George H. Yeager, CJiairman 

Emma Winshtp, R.N., Secretary 



Allen Fiske Voshell 
Beverley C. Compton 
A. H. Finkelstein 

Chief of Medical Clinics. 



Lewis P. Gundry 
Howard B. Mays 
J. Huff Morrison 



Physicians. 



Chief of Gastro-Enterology Clinic. 



Lewis P. Gundry^ 
L. A. M. Krause 
T. Nelson Carey 
Milton S. Sacks 
Frank J. Geil\ghty 
Edward F. Cotter 
Conrad B. Acton 
Ir\^ng Freeman 
M. Paul Byerly 
William K. Waller 

E. T. LiSANSKY 

Samuel T. R. Revell 
Arthur Kartgin 
Kurt Levy 
Leon Ashman 
Joseph E. ]Muse, Jr. 
Samuel J. Hankin 
Morris Fine 
Joseph B. Gross 
James R. Karns 
Franklin E. Leslie 
John B. DeHoff 
Thomas H. Magness 
Elizabeth D. Sherrill 
Cilarles H. Williams 
Harvey L. Fuller 
Jonas Cohen 
Fr.\nci5 G. Dickey 



'Resigned — effective July 1, 1948. 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 



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Assistant Gastro-Enterologisls . 
Chief of Neurology Clinic .... 
Assistant Neurologists 



Chief of Psychiatric Clinic . 
Clinic Director 



A ssistant Psychiatrists . 



Chief of Chest Clinic 

A ssistant, Diseases of the Lungs . 

Chief of Metabolism Clinic 

Assistant in Metabolism Clinic. . 
Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic . . . 



A ssistant Cardiologists . 



Chief of Allergy Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Allergy Clinic. 



Assistant Allergists. 



A llergy Clinic Dietician . . . 

Allergy Clinic Technicians . 

Director, Pediatric Clinic. . 
Chief of Pediatric Clinic . . . 



Assistant Pediatricians . 



Chief of Endocrinology Clinic. 
Chief of Surgical Clinic 



Z, Vance Hooper 
Albert J. Shochat 
Alfred S. Lederman 

Leon Freedom 

William L. Fearing 
Harry A. Teitelbaum 
Edward F. Cotter 

Ralph P. Truitt 

H, Whitman Newell 

Hans W. Loewald 
Kathryn L. ScanJLTz 
Richard Pembroke 
^ Aaron Podolnik 

Meyer D. Jacobson 

Manuel Levin 

W. GiLAFTON HeRSPERGER 

Louis V. Blum 
C. Edward Leach 

WiLDRED H. TOWNSIIEND 

Willl\m G. Helfrioi 
RoLLiN C. Hudson 
Stephen J. van Lill, III 

H. M. Bubert 

Edward S. Kallins 

Jesse S. Fifer 
Salah a. Tawab 
J. Carlton Wich 
Irvin Bern.yrd Kemick 
Ross C. Brooks 

Joyce Weston 

Selma R. Goldsmith 
Shirley W. Correl 

A. H. Finkelstein 

Samuel S, Glick 

Louis V. Blum 
Arnold F. Lavensteent 
Thomas E. Weeks 
J. Carlton Wich 
Ramsay B. Thomas 
Howard Goodman 
Melvin N, Borden 
Lester Capl.\n 
Israel P. Meranski 
Gibson J. Wells 
Ruth B. Baldwin 

Conrad B. Acton 

Robert C. Sheppard 



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Director of Dermatology and SyPhilis Clinic Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

Chief of Dermatology and Syphilis Clinic Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 

Dermatologists and Sy philologists 



Assistant Dermatologists and Syphilologists . 



Assistant Surgeons. 



Assistant Orthopedic Surgeons. 



^R. C. V. Robinson 
Francis A. Ellis 
Eugene S. Bereston 
A. Albert Shapiro 
Lester N. Kolman 
Benjamin Highstein 
LuciLE Caldwell 
V. Harwood Link 
Morris M. Cohen 
Mark B. Hollander 
Alfred H. Dann 
E. Roderick Shipley 
Samuel E. Proctor 
William B. Settle 
Karl F. Mech 

Chief of Plastic Surgery Clinic Clarence P. Scarborough 

Chief of Orthopedic Surgery Clinic Allen Fiske Voshell 

Moses Gellman 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Milton J. Wilder 
S. M. Thompson 
Robert B. Mearns 

Chief of Genito-Urinary Clinic W. Houston Toulson 

W. A. H. Councill 
John F. Hogan 

LyLE J. MlLLAN 

Morris A. Fine 
Howard B. Mays 

Chief of Rhinology and Laryngology Clinic Benjamin S. Rich 

[Thomas R. O'Rourk 

Assistant Rhinologists and Laryngolo gists \ Samuel L. Fox 

(^Albert Steiner 

Chief of Proctology Clinic Monte Edwards 

Thurston R. Adams 
Donald B. Hebb 
William J. Supik 
Raymond Cunningham 

Chief of Gynecology Clinic J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Assistant Chief of Gynecology Clinic Beverley C. Compton 

John C. Dumler 
William K. Diehl 
Everett S. Diggs 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
John T. Hibbitts 
Kenneth B. Boyd 
W. Allen Deckert 
Helen I. Maginnis 
Charles B. Marek 
Stuart Rizika 
William A. Mitchell 
Theodore Kardash 



Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeons. 



Assistant Proctologists . 



Assistant Gynecologists . 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 



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Female Cystoscopists. 



Assistant Dentists. 



Assistant Obstetricians. 



]. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Beverley C. Compton 
William K. Diehl 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
Everett S. Diggs 

Chief of Dental Clinic Brice M. Dorsey 

Assistant Chief of Dental Clinic Lewis C. Toomey 

Russell Gigliotti 
Samuel H. Bryant 
Edward C. Dobbs 
Eugene L. Pessagno 

Chief of Obstetrical Clinic J. Hurr Morrison 

Assistant Chief of Obstetrical Clinic Margaret B. Ballard 

Hugh B. McNally 
D. McClelland 
D. Frank Kaltreeder 
W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr. 
L. Calvin Gareis 
William A. Mitchell 
J. K. B. E. Seegar 
Kenneth B. Boyd 
Clarence W. Martin 
f J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Beverley C. Compton 
John C. Dumler 
Willlam K. Diehl 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
Everett S. Diggs 
Grant E. Ward 
J. DUER Moores 
Arthur G. Siwinski 
Edwt:n H. Stewart, Jr. 

Chief of Vascular Clinic George H. Yeager 

Assistant Chief of Vascular Clinic George H. Brouillet 

Medical Consultant- Vascular Clinic Lewis P. Gundry 

Chief of Ophthalmology Clinic F. Edwin Kjjowles, Jr. 

Paul N. Friedman 
Cleo D. Stiles 
Ruby Smith 
Frederick M. Reese 

Directress, Occupational Therapy Miss Lora E. Dunetz 

Directress, Physical Therapy Mrs. Dorothy Hardie 

Directress, Social Service Miss Mary Fitzpatrick 



Oncology Clinic, Gynecological Division. 



Oncology Clinic, Surgical Division. 



Assistant Ophthalmologists. 



MEDICAL CARE CLINIC 

Director Henry W. D. Holljes 

Assistant Director Susan R. Pincoffs 

Statistical Consultant Martha C. Eaton 



The Medical Care Clinic of the University of Maryland is the result of a study 
by the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland in cooperation with the 



26 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

State Planning Commission. The present Clinic, located on the third floor of 
the Dispensary Building, is the first of its kind in this country. Public assistance 
clients are referred to the Clinic by the Baltimore City Health Department and 
are scheduled for an initial physical examination by physicians affiliated with the 
University of Maryland. A family physician is chosen by the patient from a list 
available at the Clinic. Copies of the individual's medical history and examina- 
tions are sent to the physician selected, who then becomes responsible for the 
medical care of the patient. 

The Medical Care Program is, in this way, an entirely new approach to the 
problem of the indigent patient. For the first time, he becomes the responsibility 
of a private physician. This places the practice of medicine to the indigent on a 
par with the practice of private medicine. 

After the initial examination, the Clinic functions as a diagnostic center to 
serve the needs of the neighborhood practitioner. Consultants working in the 
Medical Care Clinic are available and at present represent Medicine, Surgery, 
Gynecology and Otolaryngology. Others will be added as required. 

The Clinic functions between 8:30 and 4:30 daily. Registrations and referrals 
are conducted in the morning. Clinical examinations and consultations are held 
during the afternoon. Approximately fifty neighborhood physicians have agreed 
to work vv'ith the Medical Care Program. Twenty-five members of the Out-pa- 
tient Department and University Hospital Staff will conduct examinations in the 
Clinic. 

The Faculty Committee on Post Graduate Education has also undertaken plans 
to provide instruction to all affiliated physicians. 

Four thousand public assistance clients have been assigned to this Clinic. 



DISPENSARY REPORT FOR YEAR BEGINNING 

JULY 1, 1946 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 1947 

Departments New Cases Old Cases Total 

Allergy 148 3,767 3,915 

Cardiology 155 1,292 1,447 

Cystoscopy 80 333 413 

Dermatology 5,593 10,565 16, 158 

Diabetic 89 748 837 

Ear, Nose and Throat 1,217 1,446 2,663 

Endocrine 93 163 256 

Eye 1,076 3,034 4,110 

Gastro-Intestinal 197 865 1,062 

Genito-Urinary 437 781 1,218 

Gynecology 1,664 5,215 6,879 

Hematology 5 103 108 

Medicine 1 ,745 3,677 5,422 

Neurology 191 540 731 



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Neuro-Surgery 204 

Obstetrics 2,214 

Occupational Therapy 67 

Oncology 187 

Oral Surgery 14() 

Orthopedic 1 ,423 

Pediatric 1 , 514 

Physiotherapy 130 

Plastic Surgery 24 

Proctology 188 

Psychiatry 336 

Surgery 3 , 230 

Tuberculosis 124 

Vascular 91 

Total 22,562 



238 


442 


15,810 


18,024 


426 


493 


1,022 


1,209 


139 


279 


3,061 


4,484 


6,590 


8,104 


846 


976 


13 


37 


252 


440 


465 


801 


6,304 


9,534 


579 


703 


378 


469 



68,652 



91,214 



MERCY HOSPITAL 
BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

Walter D. Wise, Chairman 



Mother M. Bernadette 
Sister M. Veronica 
Sister M, Carmel 
Sister M. Cornelia 
Sister M. Vincent 
Sister M. D ami an 



Elliott H. Hutchins 



Henry F. Bongardt 

H. Raymond Peters 

Maurice C. Pincotfs 

Waitman F. Zinn 

Thomas K. Galvin 

Edward P. Smith 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF 



Surgeon-in-ChieJ . 



Surgeons. 



Neurological Surgeons 



Walter D. Wise 
Elliott H. Hutchins 
F. L. Jennings 
r. w. locher 
Thomas R. Chambers 
D. J. Pessagno 
William F. Rienteoff 
Henry F. Bongardt 
Charles Bagley, Jr. 
Richard B. Coblentz 
James D. Arnold, Jr. 
Frank J. Otenasek 
John W. CnAitBERS 
Raymond K. Thompson 



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Associate Surgeons 



Assistant Surgeons . 



Plastic Surgeon 

Consulting Ophthalmologist and Otologist. 
OphtJtalmolo gists and Otologists 



Associate Ophthalmologists and Otologists. 
Assistant Ophthalmologists and Otologists. 



Consulting Rhinologists and Laryngologists . 
Rhinologist and Laryngologist 



Associste Rhinologists and Laryngologists . 

Assistant Rhinologist and Laryngologist. . 

Bronchoscopist 

Associate Bronchoscopist 

Assistant Bronchoscopist 

Consulting Orthopaedic Surgeon 

Orthopaedic Surgeon 



I. O. RiDGELY 

James \\. Nelson 
Howard B. McElwain 
Simon H. Brager 
John A. O'Connor 
Charles W. Maxson 
I. Ridge WAY Trimble 
Raymond F. Helfrich 
Julius Goodman 
S. Demarco, Jr. 
T. J. Touhey 
William N. McFaul, Jr. 
Meyer H. Zuravin 
Howard L. Zupnik 
Daniel R. Robinson 
Joseph V. Jerardi 
Wm. C. Dunnigan 
Harold H. Burns 
William L. Garlick 
John F. Schaeffer 
F. Ford Loeer 
Patrick C. Phelan 
Edward A. Kitlowski 
Clarence P. Scarborough 

Harry Friedenwald 

H. K. Fleck 
M. Raskin 

Joseph I. Kemlkr 
F. a. Pacienza 

Joseph V. Jeppi 

F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

W. Raymond McKenzie 
George W^. Mitchell 

Waitman F. Zinn 

Fayne a. Kayser 
Benjamin S. Rich 
Theodore A. Schwartz 
Birkhead Macgowan 
Benjamin H. Isaacs 

Joseph V. Jeppi 

Waitman F. Zinn 

Fayne A. Kayser 

Theodore A. Schwartz 

Albertus C. Cotton 

H. L. Rogers 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF 2f 

Associate Orthopaedic Surgeon Henry F. Ullrich 

I. H. Maseritz 



Physicians . 



Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeons , ^ ..^ -, 

'J. H. Gaskel 

Urolagist Kenneth D. Legge 

. . , TT 7 • , /Leon K. Fargo 

Associate Uroloftsts < ^ ^,^ ^ 

[Francis W. Gellis 

(Francis A. Ellis 

Dermatologists <| William D. Wolfe^ 

[Eugene S. Bereston 

Dentist J. D. Fusco 

Consulting Dentist Conrad L. Inman 

Consulting Physician Maurice C. Pencoffs 

Physician-in-Chief H. Raymond Peters 

Harvey G. Beck 
Thomas P. Sprunt 
George McLean 
J. Sheldon Eastland 
Louis A. M. Krau^ 
Thomas C. Wolff 

[Hubert C. EInapp 
IBartus T. Baggott 

Wetherbee Fort 

Associate Physicians \ John E, Legge 

jT. Nelson Carey 

Sol Smith 
[Hugh J. Welch 

S. A. TUIQUNELLO 

J. Howard Burns 
Earl L. Chambers 
K. W. Golley 
William H. Kamvf.r 
S. Edwin Muller 
John R. Da\ts, Jr. 
J. Emmett Queen 
Frederick J, Vollmer 
John C. Osborne 

fR. Frederick Leitz 

Associate Gastro-Enlerologists \ Theodore H. Morrison 

[Maurice Feldman 

Assistant Gastro-Enterologist Philip D. Flynn 

„ J. . . . f Edgar B. Frieden"vvald 

Pediatricians < ^ ^ ^ 

[Frederick B. Smith 

Associate Pediatrician G. Bowers Mansdorfer 

5 Died June 29, 1948. 



Assistant Physicians. 



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Assistant Pediairicians. 



[WiLLiMS. M. Seabold 
Jerome Fineman 
0. Walter Spurrier 
Israel P. Meranski 
Edward L. Frey, Jr. 

Necrologist and Psychiatrist -. . Akdrew C. Gillis 

A ssociale Neurologists and Psychialrisfs <^ ^ ^ 

[Philip F. Lerner 

Obstetrician-in-Chief Edward P. Smith 

f J. J. Erwik 

: Thomas K. Gal\tn 

Obstetricians ^ Frank K. IMorhis 

IErkest S. Edlow 
[Hugh B. McNally 

. , ^, , , . . [William C. Duffy 

Assoctate Oosteinctans < „ ^t -t^ t 

(Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 

J. Howard Burns 
Harry F. Kane 
! William A. Dodd 

Assistant Obstetricians { Harry McB. Beck 

I Joseph C. Sheehan 

j William J. Rysanek, Jr. 

[Robert B. Tunney 

Gynecologist-in-ChieJ Thomas K. Galvin 

{Edward P. Smith 
J. J. Erwin 
Fr.4:n'k K. Morris 

{Ernt:st S. Edlow 
George A. Strauss, Jr. 
H. L. Granoff 

[Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
William A. Dodd 
Harry McB. Beck 
William C. Duffy 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
Harry F. Kane 
Robert B. Tunney 

, , [Walter C. Merkel 

P^'^'oloststs \Hugh R. Spencer 

Clinical Pathologist H. T. Collenberg 

Clinical Biochemist Charles E. Brambel 



Assistant Gynecologists. 



Technicians 



Technicians. 



MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF 31 

Slster Paula Marie 
Eleanor Behr 
Charlotte Schwalm 
LiLLLAN Marie Lawler 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Carmela E, Miceli 

Consulting Radiologist Albertus Cotton 

Radiologist Asa D. Young 

Assistant Radiologist E. Eugene Covington 

Sister Paula Marie 
Eleanor Behr 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Carmela E. Miceli 
Lillian Butler 
Beti'y Wolfram 
Virginia Schwarz 
Julietta Perez 
Technician (X-ray) Ruth L. Gephardt 

ANNUAL HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 

The following annual appointments are made to the Mercy Hospital: 

Five Residents in Surgery Resident in Pathology 

Four Residents in Medicine Resident in Rhinology 

Three Residents in Gynecology and Obstetrics 
Twelve Interns on Rotating Service 

MERCY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 

JULY 1, 1948-JUNE 30, 1949 

RESIDENT STAFF 

William D. McClung, M.D., Resident Surgeon 

James G. Stegmaier, B.S., M.D., Associate Resident Surgeon 

D. Otis Montgomery, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Surgeon 

Elden H. Pertz, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Surgeon 

Joseph D. Reahl, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Surgeon 

Rich.\rd E. Hunter, A.B., M.D., Resident Gynecologist 

John F. Ullsperger, A.B., M.D., Resident Obstetrician 

Claude F. Bailey, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Gynecologist & Obstetrician 

Vincent dePaul Fitzpatrick, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Gynecologist & Obstetrician 

Joseph J. Bo\\t.n, B.S., M.D., Resident Physician 

Henry V. Chase, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

Joseph F. LiPira, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

Edgar W. Young, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

A. Maynard Bacon, Jr., B.S., M.D., Pediatric Resident 

Arthur J. Linden, B.S., M.D., Resident Otolaryngologist 



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INTERNS 



Joseph L. Aponte, M.D. 
John M. Buchness, A.B., M.D. 
Robert E. Ensor, M.D. 
John A. Ferris, B.S., M.D. 
AixYN F. JuDD, A.B., M.D. 



Albert M. Powell, Jr., M.D. 
John R. Shell, M.D. 
Thaddeus C. Siwinski, A.B., M.D. 
Rennert M. Smelser, M.D. 
Clyde D. Thomas, Jr., M.D. 



MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 



Disptnsary Director 

Supervisor of Surgical Clinic , 



Dispensary Surgeons. 



Sister M. Agnesine 

Harold H. Burns 

I. RiDGWAY Trimble 
Simon H. Brager 
Howard L. Zupnik 
Daniel R. Robinson 
Joseph V. Jerardi 
William C. Dunnigan 
William L. Garlick 
John F. Schaefer 
F. Ford Loker 
Patrick C. Phelan 
Arthur G. Siwinski 
Melvin F. Polek 
Clarence P. Scarborough 



Supervisor of Genito-Urinary Clinic Kenneth D. Legge 

fL. K. Fargo 

Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeons j Francis W. Gnxis 

[jOHN S. Haines 

Supervisor of Orthopaedic Clinic Harry L. Rogers 

[ Henry F. Ullrich 

j Isaac GuTMAN 
Orihopaedu Surgeons I. H. Maseritz 

[Jason H. Gaskel 

Supervisor of Medical Clinic H. Raymond Peters 

Chiefs of Medical Clinic 



Assistant Physicians. 



\S. Edwin Muller 

Frederick J. Vollmer 
William H. Kammer 
John R. Davis 
J. Emmett Queen 
Charles F. O'Donnell 
Arthur Karfgin 
John C. Osborne 

Chief of Allergy Clinic S. Edwin Muller 

Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic Thom.\s C. Wolff 

Assistant Cardiologist Leon Ashman 



MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 



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Pediatricians. 



Supervisor of Neurological and Psychiatric Clinic. . 
Neurologists and Psychiatrists 



Chief of Metabolism Clinic J. Sheldon Eastland 

Assistant in Metabolism Clinic J. E. Queen 

Gastro-Enterologist Maurice Feldman 

Assistant Gastro-Enterologist Philll' Flynn 

Chief of Pediatric Clinic Edgar B. Freedenwald 

Jerome Fineman 

Israel T. Meranski 

O. Walter Spurrier 

Edward L. Frey, Sr. 

J. Carlton Wich 

Donald Cooper 

Earl Weeks 

Joseph Cordi 

. Andrew C. Gillis 

/Philip F. Lerxer 

\ Henry J. Marriott 

Supervisor of Dermatology Clinic Francis A. Ellis 

_^ . , . . /Eugene S. Bereston 

Dermatolopsts Ir. C, V. Robinson 

Oncologist James W. Nelson 

Chief of Gynecology Clinic Thomas K. Galvin 

Edward P. Smith 
J. J. Erwln 
Frank K. Morris 
Ernest S. Edlow 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 

Gynecologists { William A. Dodd 

Harry McB. Beck 
William C. Dltpy 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
Harry F. Kane 
Robert B. Tunney 

Chief of Obstetrical Clinic Edward P. Smith 

Harry F. Kane 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
William A. Dodd 

Obstetricians { Harry McB. Beck 

Welltam C. Duffy 
Joseph C. Sheeh.an 
Robert B. Tunney 

Esophagoscopist Waitman F. Zinn 

Associate Esophagoscopist Fayne A. Kayser 

Waitman F. Zinn 



Rhinologists and Laryngolo gists . 



Theodore A. Schwartz 
Benj.amin H. Is.v.\cs 
Arthur Ward 



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(M. Raskin 
F. A. Pacienza 
Joseph V. Jeppi 

Proctologist Simon H. Brager 

Supervisor of Dental Clinic J. D. Fusco 

Consulting Dentist Conrad L. Inman 

Supervisor of Physiotherapy Clinic Leon Hannan 

Assistant Physiotherapist Alice R. Hannan 

^ . , rrz L f Sister M. Vencent 

Social Workers < . ^ 

(Anna Sha weaker 

Secretary Eva Applegarth 



MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY REPORT 
Year of 1947 

Department New Casts Old Cases Total 

AUergy 9 19 28 

Bronchoscopic 366 629 995 

Cardiology 18 156 174 

Dental 78 117 195 

Dermatology 242 683 925 

Diabetic 21 388 409 

Gastro-Intestinal 30 93 123 

Genito-Urinary 69 500 569 

Gynecology 254 615 869 

Medicine 621 2,920 3,541 

Neurology 56 313 369 

Ophthalmology 215 432 647 

Orthopaedics 85 260 345 

Pediatrics 364 876 1,240 

Physiotherapy 135 1, 785 1,920 

Plastic Surgery 1 1 

Postnatal 198 198 

Prenatal 313 2,263 2,576 

Proctology 23 47 70 

Rhinolar}-ngology 400 667 1,067 

Surgery 976 3,069 4,045 

Surgical Follow-Up 159 358 517 

WeU Baby Clinic 38 43 81 

Totals 4,662 16,543 21,214 



THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS STAFF 35 

THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 

STAFF, 1948-1949 

Parker J. McMellin, Superintendent 

Surgeon-in-Chief Otto C. Braxtigan, M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief, Acting C. Holmes Boyd, M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief, Radiology Stanley H. Macht, B.S., M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief, Tuberculosis Hospital H. Vernon Langeluttig, M.D. 

Assistant Physician-in-Chief, Tuberculosis Hospital Edmund C. Beacham, M.D- 

Obstetrician-in-Chief Louis H. Douglass, M.D. 

Pediatrician-in-Chief Harold E. Harrison, B.S., M.D. 

Pathologist-in-Chief C. Gardner Warn-er, A.B., M.D. 

Dental Surgeon-in-Chief Lowell P. Henneberger, D.D.S. 

Dental Surgeon-in-Chief, Acting H. Glenn Waring, D.D.S. 

Consultant in Psychiatry Esther L. Richards, M.D. 

(James C. Owings, M.D. 
I. RiDGEWAY Trimble, M.D. 
Amos Koontz, M.D. 
Thurston R. .\dams, M.D. 

Consultant in Traumatic Surgery Charles A. Reifschn-eeder, M.D. 

Consultant in Peripheral Vascular Diseases George H. Yeager, B.S., M.D. 

^ T. . . T17 .• r- [Edward A. Kitlowski, M.D. 

Consultants m Plastic Surgery <„ attt t att^ 

^ ^ [Edward M. Hanr.ahan, Jr., M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Plastic Surgeon Clarence P. Scarborough, ^LD. 

fHARRY C. Bowie, M.D. 
Assistant Visiting Surgeons I Donald B. Hebb, M.D. 

[Henry L. Rigdon, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physician, Tubercidosis John H. Hirschfeld, ■VLD. 

Visiting Obstetrician J. Morris Reese 

D. Frank Kaltreider, M.D. 

John E. Savage, M.D. 

^ • . . T7- -v /^z. . , • • J J- Willl\m Dorm-\n, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Obstetricians < „, ^_ ^ \ r -r^ 

^ W. Newton Long, M.D. 

George VV. Ant)erson, M.D. 

L. Calvin Gareis, M.D. 

Assistant Pediatrician-in-Chief Robert E. Thornfeldt, M.D. 

Visiting Pediatrician Hans Bix, ^LD. 

J. M.\SON HUNTDLEY, Jr., ^LD. 

Visiting Gynecologists . 



Beverley CoiiPTON, M.D. 
John C. Dumler, ^LD. 
John T. Hibbits, ^LD. 

A • , 4 fT' w n 1 ' , /Ernest I. Cornbrooks, ^LD. 

Assistant Visiting Gynecologists <... ^ ^ , , ' 

[William K. Deehl, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians. 



36 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Assistant Chief Physician Howard K. Rathbun, M.D. 

! Louis A. M. Krause, M.D. 
Charles W. Tudd, M.D. 
William G. Speed in, M.D. 
CiLWVTORD N. Kirkpatrick, M.D. 
Dean F. Davies, M.D. 
James O. Davis, M.D. 
Robert M. Paine, M.D. 
Luther E. Smith, M.D. 
Visiting Ophthalmologist Charles E. Iliff, M.D. 

T,. .,. ^ „ ^ J. o f Allen F. Voshell, M.D. 

VrsU^m Orthopcdu Surgeons >^^^^ ^ y^^^_ ^^ 

Assistant Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 

{John E. Bordley, M.D. 
Thomas R. O'Rourk, M.D. 
Fred T. Kyper, M.D. 
Assistant Visiting Laryngologist John H. Hirschfeld, M.D. 

^r- :• TT 1 ' . fw. Houston Toulson, M.D. 

V^sU^nUrohpsls (hugh JEWEII, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Urologist Howard B. Mays, M.D. 

{Charles Bagley, M.D. 
Richard G. Coblentz, M.D. 
James G. Arnold, M.D. 

Assistafit Visiting Neurological Surgeon R. K. Thompson, M.D. 

Visiting Neurologist • . . J. W. Magladery, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Neurologist George G. Merrill, M.D. 

Visiting Proctologist Monte Edwards, M.D. 

,,..,. ^ , . , (Grant E. Ward, M.D. 

V^^^i^ngOncologtsts |^^^ ^ 5^^^^^ ^^ 

Visiting Dermatologist Franklin H. Grauer, M.D. 

Orthodontist R. Kent Tongue, D.D.S. 

A ' . . rr' :• 7^ . 7 o /Lawrence W. Bimestefer, D.D.S. 

Ass,slant Vmltni Dental Surgeon (michael S. Va^ipatis, D.D.S. 

Visiting Laboratory Physician Julius M. Waghelstein, M.D. 

Physiologist Nathan W. Shock, M.D. 

Visiting Neuropathologist John A. Wagner, M.D. 



THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF MARYLAND FOR 

CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

STAFF, 1948-1949 

Surgeon-in-Ckief and Medical Director Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D. 

Consultant in Orthopaedic Surgery and Roentgenology Albertus Cotton, A.M., M.D. 



HISTOR V OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 37 

Moses Gellman, B.S., M.D. 
Harry Rogers, M.D. 

Associate Orthopaedic Surgeons \ Henry F. Ullrich, M.D, 

WiNTHROP M. Phelps, A.B., M.D. 
[Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 

Roentgenologist Charles M. Davis, M.D. 

Plastic Swgeon Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D. 

Aurist and Laryngologist Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D. 

Dentist M. E. Coberth, D.D.S. 

Cardiologist Helen M. Taussig, M.D. 

fMARY L. Hayleck, M.D. 

Pediatrists s W. Earl Weeks, M.D. 

[Gibson J. Wells, M.D. 
Consulting Surgean Charles Reed Edwards, A.B., M.D. 

^ ,.•>.. J r ; • . /Fr.^nklin B. .\nderson, M.D. 

Consulting Aurists and Laryn gal o gists s„ . ^ ^rr^T^r^x, 

" -^ " "" [Edward A. Looper, M.D., D.Oph. 

Consulting Neurological Surgeon Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D. 

Consulting Physician Thomas R. Brown, x\.B., M.D. 

^ „. T^ .7 •. [HarryM. Robinson, Sr., M.D. 

Co,mdl,„s Dcrmatolopsts !^^^^^ Ginsbehc, M.D. 

^ ,,. „ , . , f Irving J. Spear, M.D. 

Cons^dt^ng^eurolog^sts \r. V. Seliger, M.D. 

,,. „,.,., rBENj.\MiN Tappan, A.B., M.D. 

Considttng Pediatrtsts W-r- -r> iir-rx 

[J. EDiiuND Bradley, M.D. 

Consulting Dentist Harry B. McCarthy, D.D.S. 

Consulting Pathologist Hugh R. Spencer, M.D. 

Consulting Roentgenologist Hentiy J. Walton, M.D. 

S. M. Thompson, M.D. 



Resident Orthopaedic Surgeons ,.r, t. ivr tvi-tn 

' R. B. Mearns, M.D. 

Superintendent Miss Maud M. Gardnt:r, R.N. 

Dispensary and Social Service Nurse Mrs. Evely'n Byrd Zapf, R.N. 

[Miss Elizabeth Lane 

Physical Therapists and X-ray Technician < Miss Margaret Kennedy 

I^Mrs. Georgian a Wisong 

Occupaiiond Therapist Miss Muriel Zimmerman, O.T. 

Instructor in Grammar School Miss Bertha Sendelback 

HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

The present School of Medicine, with the title University of Maryland School 
of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons, is the result of a consolida- 
tion and merger of the University of Maryland School of Medicine with the 
Baltimore Medical College (1913) and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Baltimore (1915). 



38 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Through the merger with the Baltimore Medical College, an mstitution of 
thirty-two years' growth, the facilities of the School of Medicme were enlarged in 
faculty, equipment and hospital connection. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons was incorporated in 1872, and estab- 
lished on Hanover Street in a buildmg afterward known as the Maternite, the 
first obstetrical hospital in Maryland. In 1878 union was e£fected with the 
Washington University School of Medicine, in existence since 1827, and the college 
was removed to Calvert and Saratoga Streets. Through the consolidation with 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, medical control of the teaching beds in 
the Mercy Hospital was obtained. 

The School of Medicine of the University of Maryland is one of the oldest foun- 
dations for medical education in America, ranking fifth in point of age among the 
medical colleges of the United States. It was organized in 1807 and chartered 
in 1808 under the name of the College of Medicine of Maryland, and its first 
class was graduated in 1810. In 1812 the College was empowered by the Legisla- 
ture to annex three other colleges or faculties : Divinity, Law, and Arts and 
Sciences; and the four colleges thus united were "constituted an University by the 
name and under the title of the University of Maryland," 

The original building of the Medical School at the N. E. comer of Lombard and 
Greene Streets was erected in 1812. It is the oldest structure in this country 
from which the degree of doctor of medicine has been granted annually since its 
erection. In this building were founded one of the first medical libraries and one 
of the first medical school libraries in the United States. 

At this Medical School dissection was made a compulsory part of the curriculum, 
and independent chairs for the teaching of gynecology and pediatrics (1867), and 
of ophthalmology and otology (1873), were installed for the first time in America. 

This School of Medicine was one of the first to provide for adequate clinical 
instruction by the erection of its own hospital in 1823. In this hospital intramural 
residency for senior students was established for the first time. 

The School of Medicine has been co-educational since 1918. 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

The original medical buildmg at the N. E. comer of Lombard and Greene 
Streets houses the office of the Dean, Room 101, the office of the Committee on 
Admissions, Room 102, two lecture halls, the faculty room and office of the assist- 
ant business manager. 

The Administration Building, to the east of the original building, contains the 
Baltimore offices of the Registrar and two lecture halls. 

The laboratory building at 31 South Greene Street is occupied by the depart- 
ments of Pathology, Bacteriology and Biochemistry. 

The Frank C. Bressler Research Laboratory provides the departments of 
Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Pharmacology, Physiology and Clinical 
Pathology with facilities for teaching and research. It also houses the research 
laboratories of the clinical departments, animal quarters, a laboratory for teaching 
Operative Surgery, a lecture hall and the Bressler Memorial Room. 

This building was erected in 1939-1940 at 29 South Greene Street opposite the 



HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE 39 

University Hospital. It was built with funds left to the School of Medicine by 
the late Frank C. Bressler, an alumnus, supplemented by a grant from the Federal 
government. The structure, in the shape of an I, extends east from Greene 
Street, just north of the original building. 

MEDICAL LIBRARY 

Howard Rovelstad, A.B., M.A., B.S.L.S Acting Director of Libraries 

Ida Mari.\n Robinson, A.B., B.S.L.S Librarian 

Mary Elizabeth Hicks, A.B., B.S.L.S Assistant Librarian 

Florence R. Kirk Assistant Librarian 

Edith R. McIntosh, A.M., A.B.L.S Cataloguer 

Charlotte Jubb Assistant to the Cataloguer 

The Medical Library of the University of Maryland, founded in 1813 by the 
purchase of the collection of Dr. John Crawford, now numbers 29,400 volumes and 
several thousand pamphlets and reprints. Over four hundred of the leading 
medical journals, both foreign and domestic, are received regularly. The library 
is housed in Davidge Hall, a comfortable and commodious building in close prox- 
imity to classrooms and laboratories, and is open daily for the use of members of 
the faculty, the student body and the profession generally. Libraries pertaining 
to particular phases of medicine are maintained by several departments of the 
medical school. 

The Hbrary of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Mar>dand and the Welch 
Medical Library are open to students of the medical school without charge. 
Other hbraries of Baltimore are the Peabody Library and the Enoch Pratt Free 
Librar>% 

DISPENSARY BUILDING 

The old hospital building has been remodeled and is occupied by the Out-patient 
Department. Thus the students have been provided with a splendidly appointed 
group of clinics for their training in out-patient work. All departments of clinical 
training are represented in this remodeled building and all changes have been 
predicated on the teaching function for which this department is intended. 

The office of the Medical School Physician is located in this building. 

The Department of Art also occupies quarters here. 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

The University Hospital, which is the property of the University of ^Maryland, 
is the oldest institution for the care of the sick in the state of Maryland. It was 
opened in September 1823, under the name of the Baltimore Infirmary, and at 
that time consisted of but four wards, one of which was reserved for patients with 
diseases of the eye. 

In 1933-1934 the new University Hospital was erected and patients were 
admitted to this building in November 1934. The new hospital is situated at the 
southwest corner of Redwood and Greene Streets, and is consequently opposite 
the medical school buildings. The students, therefore, are in close proximity 



40 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

and little time is lost in passing from the lecture halls and laboratories to the 
clinical facilities of the new building. 

This new building, with its modern planning, makes a particularly attractive 
teaching hospital and is a very valuable addition to the clinical facilities of the 
medical school. 

The new hospital has a capacity of 435 beds and 65 bassinets devoted to general 
medicine, surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, and the various medical and surgical 
specialties. 

The teaching zone extends from the second to the eighth floor and comprises 
wards for surgery, medicine, obstetrics, pediatrics, and a large clinical lecture hall. 
There are approximately 270 beds available for teaching. 

The space of the whole north wing of the second floor is occupied by the de- 
partment of roentgenology. The east wing houses clinical pathology and special 
laboratories for clinical microscopy, biochemistry, bacteriology, and an especially 
well appointed laboratory for students' training. The south wing provides space 
for electro-cardiographic and basal metabolism departments, with new and very 
attractive air-conditioned or oxygen therapy cubicles. The west wing contains 
the departments of rhinolaryngology and bronchoscopy, industrial surgery, oph- 
thalmology, and male and female cystoscopy. 

The third and fourth floors each provide two medical and two surgical wards. 
The fifth floor contains two wards for pediatrics, and on the sixth floor there are 
two wards for obstetrics. Each ward occupies the space of one wing of the 
hospital. 

On the seventh floor is the general operating suite, the delivery suite, and the 
central supply station. The eighth floor is essentially a students' floor and affords 
a mezzanine over the operating and delivery suites, and a students' entrance to 
the clinical lecture hall. 

In the basement there is a very well appointed pathological department with a 
large teaching autopsy room and its adjunct service of instruction of students in 
pathological anatomy. 

The hospital receives a large number of accident patients because of its prox- 
imity to the largest manufacturing and shipping districts of the city. 

The obstetrical service is particularly well arranged and provides accommoda- 
tion for forty ward patients. This service, combined with an extensive home 
service, assures the student abundant obstetrical training. 

During the year ending December 31, 1947, 2535 cases were delivered in the 
hospital and 815 cases in the outdoor department. Students in the graduating 
class observed at least thirty-five cases, each student being required to deliver at 
least ten patients in their homes. 

The dispensaries associated with the University Hospital and the Mercy Hospi- 
tal are organized upon a uniform plan in order that the teaching may be the same 
in each. Each dispensary has the following departments: medicine, surgery, 
pediatrics, ophthalmology, otology, genito-urinary, gynecology, gastroenterology, 
neurology, orthopaedics, proctology, dermatology, lar>'ngology, rhinology, car- 
diology, tuberculosis, psychiatry, oral surgery and oncology. 

All students in their junior year work each day during one-third of the year 



HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 41 

in the departments of medicine and surgety of the dispensaries. In their senior 
year, all students work one hour each day in the special departments. 

MERCY HOSPITAL 

The Sisters of Mercy first assumed charge of the Hospital at the corner of Cal- 
vert and Saratoga Streets, then owned by the Washington University, in 1874. 
By the merger of 1878 the Hospital came under the control of the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, but the Sisters continued their work of ministering to the 
patients. 

In a very few years it became apparent that the City Hospital, as it was then 
called, was much too small to accommodate the rapidly growing demands upon it. 
However, it was not until 1888 that the Sisters of Mercy, with the assistance of 
the Faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, were able to lay the corner- 
stone of the present hospital. This building was completed and occupied late in 
1889. Since then the growing demands for more space have compelled the erec- 
tion of additions, until now there are accommodations for 348 patients. 

In 1909 the name was changed from The Baltimore City Hospital to Mercy 
Hospital. 

The clinical material in the free wards is under the exclusive control of the 
Faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. 

THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 

The clinical facilities of the School of Medicine have been largely increased by 
the Hberal decision of the Department of Public Welfare to allow the use of the 
wards of these hospitals for medical education. The autopsy material also is 
available for student instruction. 

Members of the junior class make daily visits to these hospitals for clinical 
instruction in medicine, surgery, and the specialties. 

The Baltimore City Hospitals consist of the following separate divisions: 
The General Hospital, 400 beds, 90 bassinets. 
The Hospital for Chronic Cases, 575 beds. 
The Hospital for Tuberculosis, 280 beds. 
Infirmary (Home for Aged) 700 beds. 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERN AN HOSPITAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF 
MARYLAND FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

This institution is situated on an estate of 75 acres at Dickeyville. The site 
is within the northwestern city limits and of easy access to the city proper. 

The location is ideal for the treatment of children, in that it affords all the ad- 
vantages of sunshine and countr}'- air. 

A hospital unit, complete in every respect, offers all modern facilities for the 
care of any orthopaedic condition in children. 

The hospital is equipped with 100 beds — endowed, and city and state supported. 

The orthopaedic dispensar>^ at the University Hospital is maintained in closest 
affiliation and cares for the cases discharged from the Keman Hospital. The 



42 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

physical therapy department is very well equipped with modem apparatus 
and trained personnel. Occupational therapy has been fully established and 
developed under trained technicians. 

THE BALTIMORE EYE, EAR, AND THROAT HOSPITAL 

This institution was first organized and operated in 1882 as an outgrowth of the 
Baltimore Eye and Ear Dispensary, which closed on June 14, 1882. The name 
then given to the new hospital was The Baltimore Eye and Ear Charity Hospital. 
It was located at the address r»ow known as 625 W. Franklin St. The out-patient 
department was opened on September 18, 1882 and the hospital proper on 
November 1 of the same year. In 1898 a new building afforded 24 free beds 
and 8 private rooms; by 1907 the beds numbered 47; at present there are 60 beds, 
29 of which are free. In 1922 the present hospital building at 1214 Eutaw Place 
was secured and in 1926 the dispensary was opened. In 1928 a clinical laboratory 
was installed. During 1947 the out-patient visits numbered 20,119. 

Through the kindness of the Hospital Board and Staff, our junior students 
have access to the dispensary which they visit in small groups for instruction in 
ophthalmology. 



STANDARD REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 43 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 

METHOD OF MAKING APPLICATION 

Requests for application forms should be filed not earlier than September 15th 
preceding by one year the desired date of admission. These forms may be secured 
from the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, University of Maryland, 
Baltimore 1, Maryland. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO THE FIRST YEAR 

Application for admission is made by filing the required form and by having all 
pertinent data sent directly to the Committee on Admissions, in accordance with 
the instructions accompanying the application. 

Consideration will not be given applications received after January 31st except 
contingent upon places being available. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING 

Students who have attended approved medical schools are eligible to file ap- 
plications for admission to the second- and third -year classes only. These ap- 
plicants must be prepared to meet the current first-year entrance requirements in 
addition to presenting acceptable medical school credentials, and a medical school 
record based on courses which are quantitatively and qualitatively equivalent to 
similar courses in this school. 

Application to advanced standing is made in accordance with the instructions 
accompanying the apphcation form. 

Persons who already hold the degree of Doctor of IMedicine will not be admit- 
ted to the IMedical School as a candidate for that degree from this university. 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 
The minimum requirements for admission to the School of Medicine are: 

(a) Graduation from an approved secondary school, or the equivalent in 

entrance examinations, and 

(b) Three academic years of acceptable college credit, exclusive of physical edu- 

cation and military sciences, earned in an approved college of arts and 
sciences. The quantity and quality of this course of study shall be equiv- 
alent to that required for recommendation by the institution where the 
college courses are being, or have been, pursued. 

(c) The following courses and credits in basic required subjects must be com- 

pleted by June of the year the applicant desires to be admitted: 

Semester hours Quarter hours 

General biology or zoology 8 12 

Inorganic chemistry 8 12 

Organic chemistry 6-8 9-12 

General physics 8 12 

English 6 9 

Modern language (German, French, Spanish) .... 6 9 



44 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

(d) The total semester-hour or quarter-hour credits presented must be equiv- 

alent in quantity and quality to three-fourths of the credit requirement 
for graduation by the recommending institution, exclusive of courses in 
physical education and military sciences. 
Applicants who are unable to complete these requirements by June of the 
year admission is desired, will be considered contingent on places being 
available, provided all basic required courses and credits shall have been 
absolved by June as indicated in (c) above. 

(e) Students who are conditioned in college courses are not accepted. 

Elective courses should be selected from the following three groups: 

Uumaniiies Natural Sciences Social Sciences 

English (an advanced Vertebrate Embryology Economics 

course in English Comparative Vertebrate History 

composition should Anatomy Political Science 

be taken, if possible) Quantitative Analysis Psychology (a basic 

Scientific German or Physical Chemistry course is desirable) 

French (A reading Mathematics Sociology, etc. 

knowledge of either 

language is desirable, 

although German is 

preferred) 
Philosophy 

Careful attention should be given to the selection of elective courses in the 
natural sciences. Accordingly, it is suggested that the elective Hst given above 
be a guide in this connection and that the remainder of the college credits be 
accumulated from courses designed to promote a broad cultural development. 
Students should avoid the inclusion of college courses in subjects that occur in the 
medical curriculum, for example, histology, histological technique, human anat- 
omy, bacteriology, physiology, neurology, physiological chemistry. 

It is not intended that these suggestions be interpreted to restrict the education 
of students who exhibit an aptitude for the natural sciences or to limit the de- 
velopment of students who plan to follow research work in the field of medicine. 

In accepting candidates for admission, preference will be given to those appli- 
cants who have acceptable scholastic records in secondary school and coUege, 
satisfactory scores in the Medical College Admission Test, favorable letters of 
recommendation from their premedical committees, or from one instructor in 
each of the departments of biology, chemistry, and physics, and who in all other 
respects give every promise of becoming successful students and physicians of high 
standing. 

Those candidates for admission who are unconditionally accepted wUl receive 
a certificate of matriculation from the office of the Dean. 

COMBINED COURSE IN ARTS AND SCIENCES AND MEDICINE 

A combined seven years' curriculum leading to the degrees of Bachelor of 
Science and Doctor of Medicine is offered by the University of Maryland. The 
first three years are taken in residence in the College of Arts and Sciences at Col- 
lege Park, and the last four years in the School of Medicine in Baltimore. (See 



STANDARD REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 45 

University catalogue for details of quantitative and qualitative college course 
requirements.) 

If a candidate for the combined degree completes the work of the first year in 
the School of Medicine with an average of ''C" or better, and if he has absolved 
the quantitative and qualitative college requirements set up by the University, 
he is eligible to recommendation by the Dean of the School of Medicine that the 
degree of Bachelor of Science be conferred. 

Because the general commencement at College Park usually takes place before 
the School of Medicine is prepared to release grades of the first-year class, this 
combined degree of Bachelor of Science is conferred at the commencement follow- 
ing the candidate's second year of residence in the School of Medicine. 

STATE MEDICAL STUDENT QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in Pennsyl- 
vania, New Jersey or New York, should apply to their respective state boards of 
education for medical student qualifying certificates (Pennsylvania and New 
Jersey) or approval of applications for medical student qualifying certificates 
(New York). 

Those students who are accepted must file satisfactory State certificates in the 
oflace of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exceptions will be made to this requirement. 

Addresses of the State Certifying Offices 

Director of Credentials Section, Pennsylvania Department of Public In- 
struction, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Chief of the Bureau of Credentials, New Jersey Department of Public In- 
struction, Trenton, N. J. 

Supervisor of Qualifying Certificates, The State Education Department, 
Examinations and Inspections Division, Albany, N. Y. 

DEFINITION OF RESIDENCE STATUS OF STUDENTS* 

Students who are minors are considered to be resident students if, at the time 
of their registration, the parents* have been residents of this State for at least 
one year. 

Adult students are considered to be resident students if, at the time of their 
registration, they have been residents of this State for at least one year, provided 
such residence has not been acquired while attending any school or college in 
Maryland. 

The status of the residence of a student is determined at the time of his first 
registration in the university and may not thereafter be changed by him unless, 
in the case of a minor, his parents* move to and become legal residents of this 
state by maintaining such residence for at least one full calendar year. However, 
the right of the student (minor) to change from a non-resident to a resident status 
must be established by him prior to registration for a semester in any academic 
year. 

* The term "parents" includes persons who, by reason of death or other unusual 
circumstances, have been legally constituted the guardians of or stand in loco parentis 
to such minor students. 



46 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

CURRENT FEES 

Matriculation fee (paid once) $10 . 00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Residents of Maryland 450.00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Non-Residents 600.00 

Laboratory fee (each year) 25 .00 

Student health service fee (each year) 20 .00 

Student activities and service fee (each year) 15 . 00 

*Lodging and meals fee 6. 75 

Graduation fee 15.00 

Re-examination fee (each subject) 5 . 00 

Transcript fee to graduates. First copy gratis, each copy thereafter. . 1.00 

RULES FOR PAYMENT OF FEES 

No fees are returnable. 

Make all checks or money orders payable to the "University of Maryland". 

When oJQFering checks or money orders in payment of tuition and other fees, 
students are requested to have them drawn in the exact amount of such fees. 
Personal checks whose face value is in excess of the fees due will be accepted for 
collection only. 

Acceptance. — Payment of the matriculation fee of $10.00 and of a deposit on 
tuition of $50.00 is required of accepted applicants before the expiration date 
specified in the offer of acceptance. This $60.00 deposit is not returnable and 
will be forfeited if the applicant fails to register, or it will be applied to the appli- 
cant's first semester's charges on registration. 

Registration. — All students, after proper certification, are required to register 
at the business office, Gray Laboratory. (See calendar page 5 of this bulletin 
for dates for the payments of fees, and the note regarding late registration fee.) 

One-half of the tuition fee, the laboratory fee, the student health fee, the mainte- 
nance and service fee and the student activities fee are payable on the date specified 
for registration for the first semester. 

The remainder of the tuition fee shall be paid on the date designated for the 
payment of fees for the second semester. Fourth year students shall pay the 
graduation fee, in addition, at this time. 

PENALTY FOR NON-PAYMENT OF FEES 

If semester fees are not paid in full on the specified registration dates, a penalty 
of $5.00 will be added. 

If a satisfactory settlement, or an agreement for settlement, is not made with 

the business office within ten days after a payment is due, the student automatically 
is debarred from attendance on classes and will forfeit the other privileges of the 
School of Medicine. 

* Junior Students will be billed for this fee, covering lodging and meals while on obstet- 
rical service at Baltimore City Hospitals. Accordingly, Section B. on Schedule 2 will be 
billed for the first semester; Section A on Schedule 2 for the second semester. 



FEES AND PERSONAL EXPENSES 47 

REEXAMINATION FEE 

A student who is eligible to reexaminations must pay the business office $5.00 for 
each subject in which he is to be examined, and he must present the receipt to the 
faculty member giving the examination before he will be permitted to take the 
examination. 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND SERVICE FEE 

This fee pays for the use of clothing lockers, provides library privileges, main- 
tains student loan collections, a student lounge and cafeteria. It supports a rec- 
reational program for students of all classes, provides photographs for all school 
purposes, including state boards, and furnishes graduates with invitations and 
tickets to the Pre-commencement Exercises. It supports the activities of the 
Student Coucil. 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES FEE 

This fee is used to maintain a recreational program for students of all classes 
in addition to supporting the activities of the Student Council. 

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE 

James R. Karns, M.D Director, Student Health Service. 

The Medical School has made provision for the systematic care of students ac- 
cording to the following plan: 

1. Preliminary Examination — All new students will be examined during the 
first week of the semester. Notice of the date, time, and place of the examination 
will be announced to the classes and on the bulletin board. The passing of this 
physical examination is necessary before final acceptance of any student. 

2. Medical Attention — Students in need of medical attention will be seen by 
the school physician, Dr. James R. Kams, in his office at the medical school, at 
9 A.M. daily, except Saturday and Sunday. In case of necessity, students will be 
seen at their homes. 

3. Hospitalization — If it becomes necessary for any student to enter the hospital 
during the school year, the school has arranged for the payment of part or all of his 
hospital expenses, depending on the length of his stay and special expenses incur- 
red. This applies only to students admitted through the school physician's office. 

4. Physical Defects — Prospective students are advised to have any known 
physical defects corrected before entering school in order to prevent loss of time 
which later correction might incur. 

5. Eye Examination — Each new matriculate is required to undergo an eye 
examination at the hands of an oculist (Doctor of Medicine) within three months 
before entering the School of Medicine. Long study hours bring out unsuspected 
eye defects which cause much loss of time and inefficiency in study if not 
corrected until after school work is under way. 

6. Limitations — It is not the function of this service to treat chronic conditions 
contracted by students before admission, nor to extend treatment to acute condi- 
tions arising in the period between academic years, unless the school physician 
recommends this service. 



48 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

GENERAL RULES 

The right is reserved to make changes in the curriculum, the requirements for 
graduation, the fees and in any of the regulations whenever the university 
authorities deem it expedient. Students are urged, therefore, to read the latest 
issue of the catalogue and follow the rules set forth therein. 

ADVANCEMENT. AND GRADUATION 

1. All students are required to take the spring examinations unless excused by 
the Dean. 

2. a. \Mien a student has failures in two completed major courses, he or she 
shall be dropped from the rolls of the Medical School, b. Any student who fails 
or is failing in two major subjects at the end of the first semester of the freshman 
year, whether the course is complete or incomplete, may be dropped from the 
rolls of the school. 

3. No student will be permitted to pass to a higher class with conditions. 

4. Should a student be required to repeat any year in the course, he must pay 
regular fees. 

5. A student failing in final examinations for graduation at the end of the fourth 
year will be required to repeat the entire course of the fourth year and to take 
examinations in such other branches as may be required, should he again be 
permitted to enter the school as a candidate for graduation. 

6. The general fitness of a candidate for graduation, as well as the results of his 
examinations, will be taken into consideration by the faculty. 

EQUIPMENT 

7. At the beginning of the first year, all students must be prepared to provide 
microscopes of a satisfactory type equipped with a mechanical stage and a sub- 
stage lamp. 

A standard microscope of either Bausch & Lomb, Leitz, Spencer, or Zeiss make, 
fitted with the following attachments, will meet the requirements: 

Oculars: 10 x and 5 x. 

Triple nose piece with 16 mm., 4 mm,, and 1.9 mm. 125 N.A. oil immersion lens. 

Wide aperture stage with quick screw condenser. 

All used microscopes are subject to inspection and approval before their use 
in the laboratory is permitted. The student is cautioned against the purchase of 
such an instrument before its official approval by the school. 

8. Students in the second year class are required to provide stethoscopes. 

9. Third- and fourth-year students are required to provide haemocytometers, 
opthalmoscopes and otoscopes. 

HOUSING 
There are no housing or living accommodations on the campus of the medical 
school. 

PARKING 

Because of lack of space on the university parking lots no parking facilities 
are provided thereon for students. 



GENERAL RULES 49 

STATE QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

10. Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in 
Pennsylvania, New Jersey or New York must file State qualifying certificates in 
the office of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exception will be made to this rule. 

EYE EXAMINATION BEFORE ADMISSION 

11. Each new matriculate in each class is required to present to the Committee 
on Admissions a certificate from an oculist, (a graduate in medicine) that the 
matriculate's eyes have been examined and are in condition, with or without 
glasses as the case may be, to endure the strain of close and intensive reading. 

It is required that this examination be completed within three months prior to 
registration and that the certificate be mailed to the Committee on Admissions 
not later than one month before registration. 

AWARDING OF COMBINED DEGREES 

12. Students entering the School of Medicine on a three-year requirement basis 
from colleges which usually grant a degree on the successful completion of the first 
year of medicine, are restricted by the following regulations: 

a — The candidate must present a certificate from his college or university that 
he has absolved the quantitative and qualitative premedical requirements 
for this degree. 

b — The candidate must acquire an average of "C" or better for the work of 
his first year in the School of Medicine. 

c — The Dean of the School of Medicine reserves the right to withhold his 
recommendation that a bachelor's degree be conferred at a commencement 
which occurs before the ofiicial release of first-year medical grades. 

COST OF TRANSCRIPTS 

13. Graduates will receive the first transcript of record without charge. Subse- 
quent copies will cost one dollar each. Requests for transcripts must be filed 
with the Registrar's Office, University of Maryland, Lombard and Greene 
Streets, Baltimore-1, Maryland. 

LIBRARY REGULATIONS 

Loan Regulations 

Loan periods have been worked out according to demand for and protection of 
different types of material. 

Two-Week Loans: All books except those on reserve. 

Three-Day Loans: All journals except the latest number (which does not 

circulate), and those on reserve. 

Overnight Loans: Books and journals on reserve. 

(4p.m.-10a.m.) 
Special Rules or Books on Reserve: 

Students whose names appear on the check-list for the Mercy Hospital section 
will be granted the necessary hours to return reserve books. 



50 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Overnight books may be reserved in advance only within the week in which they 
will be used. Books may be reserved on Saturday for the following Monday. 
Overnight books may not be reserved two successive nights by the same person. 
Advance reserves will be held until one hour before closing. 
Fines 

Fines are imposed not to acquire money, but to assure equal access to books 
Tujo-Week Loans: 5 ^ per day. 
Three-Day Loans: 5^ per day. 
Overnight Loans: 5^ per hour. 

Lost Books: List price of the book. (Lost books should be reported at once) 
All books must be returned, lost books replaced or paid for, and fines paid before 
a student can finish the year in good standing. 

In fairness to all concerned, these rules must be enforced without exception. 

PRIZES 

THE FACULTY PRIZE 

The faculty will award the gold medal and certificate and five certificates of 
honor to those six of the first ten highest ranking candidates for graduation who, 
during the four academic years, have exhibited outstanding qualifications for the 
practice of medicine. 

THE DR. A. BRADLEY GAITHER MEMORIAL PRIZE 

A prize of $25.00 is given each year by Mrs. A. Bradley Gaither as a memorial 
to the late Dr. A. Bradley Gaither, to the student in the senior class doing the best 
work in genito-urinary surgery. 

THE WILLIAM D. WOLFE MEMORIAL PRIZE 

(Value $100.00 each) 
A certificate of proficiency and a prize of $100.00 will be awarded, each year 
until the fund is dissipated, to the graduate, selected by the Faculty Board, show- 
ing greatest proficiency in Dermatology. 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

All scholarships are assigned for one academic year, unless specifically reawarded 
on consideration of an application. 

Official application forms are obtainable at the Dean's office, where they should 
be filed four months before the ensuing academic year. 

THE DR. SAMUEL LEON FRANK SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was established by Mrs. Bertha Rayner Frank as a memorial 
to the late Dr. Samuel Leon Frank, an alumnus of this university. 

It is awarded by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University each 
year upon nomination by the Faculty Board "to a medical student of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland, who in the judgment of said Council, is of good character 
and in need of pecuniary assistance to continue his medical course." 

This scholarship is awarded to a second, third or fourth year student who has 
successfully completed one year's work in this school. No student may hold 
this scholarship for more than two years. 



SCHOLARSHIPS 51 

THE CHARLES M. HITCHCOCK SCHOLARSHIPS 

(Value $100.00 each) 
Two scholarships were established from a bequest to the School of Medicine 
by the late Charles M. Hitchcock, M.D., an alumnus of the university. 

These scholarships are awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment 
Fund of the University, upon nomination by the Faculty Board, to students 
who have meritoriously completed the work of at least the first year of the course 
in medicine, and who present to the Board satisfactory evidence of a good moral 
character and of inability to continue the course without pecuniary assistance. 

THE RANDOLPH WINSLOW SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Randolph Winslow, M.D., LL.D. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon nomination by the Faculty Board, to a "needy student of the Senior, 
Junior, or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

"He must have maintained an average grade of 85% in all his work up to the 
time of awarding the scholarship." 

"He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Faculty Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance." 

THE DR. LEO KARLINSKY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $125.00) 

This scholarship was established by Mrs. Ray Mintz Karlinsky as a memorial 
to her husband, the late Dr. Leo Karlinsky, an alumnus of the university. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon the nomination of the Faculty Board, to "a needy student of the 
Senior, Junior or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

He must have maintained in all his work up to the time of awarding the scholar- 
ship a satisfactory grade of scholarship. 

He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Faculty Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance. 

THE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP 

A scholarship which entitles the holder to exemption from payment of tuition 
fee for the year, is awarded annually by the Faculty Board to a student of the 
senior class in need of assistance who presents to the Faculty Board satisfactory 
evidence of good character and scholarship. 

THE FREDERICA GEHRMANN SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $200.00) 
(Not open to holders of Warfield and Cohen Scholarships) 
This scholarship was estabhshed by the bequest of the late Mrs. Frederica 
Gehrmann and is awarded to a third-year student who at the end of the second 
year has passed the best practical examinations in physiology, pharmacology, 
patholog}', bacteriology, immunology, serology, surgical anatomy and neuro- 
anatomy. 



52 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

THE CLARENCE AND GENEVRA WARFIELD SCHOLARSHIPS 
(Value $300.00 each) 

There are five scholarships established by the regents from the income of the 
fund bequeathed by the will of Dr. Clarence Warfield. 

Terms and Conditions: These scholarships are available to students of any of 
the classes of the course in medicine. Preference is given to students from the 
counties of the state of Maryland which the Faculty Board may from time to 
time determine to be most in need of medical practitioners. 

Any student receiving one of these scholarships must agree, after graduation 
and a year's internship, to undertake the practice of medicine, for a term of two 
years, in the county to which the student is accredited, or in a county selected by 
the Board. In the event that a student is not able to comply with the condition 
requiring him to practice m the county to which he is accredited by the Board, 
the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded by the student. 

THE ISRAEL AND CECELIA E. COHEN SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $150.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Eleanor S. Cohen in memory of 
her parents, Israel and Cecelia E. Cohen. Terms and conditions: This scholarship 
will be available to students of any one of the classes of the course in medicine; 
preference is given to students of the counties in the state of Maryland which the 
Faculty Board may from time to time determine to be most in need of medical 
practitioners. Any student receiving one of these scholarships must, after gradua- 
tion and a year's internship, agree to undertake the practice of medicine for a term 
of two years in the county to which the student is accredited, or in a county se- 
lected by the council. In the event that a student is not able to comply with 
the condition requiring him to practice in the county to which he is accredited by 
the Board, the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded. 

THE DR. HORACE BRUCE HETRICK SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $125.00) 

This scholarship was established by Dr. Horace Bruce Hetrick as a memorial 
to his sons, Bruce Ha3r?7ard Hetrick and Augustus Christian Hetrick. It is to 
be awarded by the Faculty Board to a student of the senior class. 

THE HENRY ROLANDO SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value approximately $250.00) 

The Henry Rolando Scholarship was established by the Board of Regents of 
the University of Maryland from a bequest to the Board by the late Anne H. 
Rolando for the use of the Faculty of Medicine. 

This scholarship will be awarded each academic year on the recommendation 
of the Faculty Board to a "poor and deserving student." 

THE READ SCHOLARSHIPS 

The sum of $500.00 is now available to cover two (2) scholarships in the 
amount of $250.00 each for the scholastic year, beginning in 1945, as a dona- 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 53 

tion from the Read Drug and Chemical Company of Baltimore, Maryland. 
Two students are to be selected by the Dean of the School in collaboration 
with the Scholarship and Loan Committee of the Medical School with the pro- 
vision that the students selected shall be worthy, deserving students, residents 
of the State of Maryland. 

LOAN FUNDS 

W. K. KELLOGG FUND 

This loan fund was established in the academic year 1942 with money granted 
by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. The interest paid on the loans, together with 
the principal of the fund as repaid, will be used to found a rotating loan fund. 
Loans will be made on the basis of need, character and scholastic attainment. 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE LOAN FUND 

A Faculty of Medicine Loan Fund was established with money derived from 
the bequest of Dr. William R. Sanderson, Class 1882, and the gift of Dr. Albert 
Stein, Class 1907. Loans will be made on the basis of need, character, and 
scholastic ability. 

THE JAY W. EATON LOAN FUND 

This fund was established by the local chapter of the Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity 
in memory of Jay W. Eaton of the class of 1946. 

Beginning in 1946 an interest-free loan of $100.00 will be made to some worthy 
member of the senior class, on recommendation of the Scholarship Committee of 
the School of Medicine. This loan is to be credited to the tuition fee of the ap- 
pointed student and is to be repaid by the student within four years following his 
graduation. 

THE SENIOR CLASS LOAN FUND 

The senior class of 1945 originated this fund which will accumulate by subscrip- 
tion from among members of each senior class. 

The conditions of the agreement provide that the dean of the School of Medicine 
award a loan of $100.00 to a needy member of the senior class on the recommenda- 
tion of a self-perpetuating committee of two members of the faculty. 

Loans from this fund are to be credited to the tuition fee of the appointed 
student and are to be repaid within five years from the date of graduation. 

ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 

The curriculum is organized under thirteen departments. 

1. Anatomy (including Histology and Embryology). 

2. Physiology. 

3. Bacteriology and Immunology. 

4. Biological Chemistry. 

5. Pharmacology and Materia Medica. 

6. Patholog>'. 

7. Medicine (including Medical Specialties). 



54 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

8. Surgery (including Surgical Specialties). 

9. Obstetrics. 

10. Gynecology. 

11. Ophthalmology. 

12. Roentgenology. 

13. Anaesthesiology. 

The instruction is given in four academic years of graded work. 

Several courses of study extend through two years or more, but in no case are 
the students of different years thrown together in the same course of teaching. 

The first and second years are devoted largely to the study of the structures, 
functions and chemistry of the normal body. Laboratory work occupies most of 
the student's time during these two years. 

Some introductory instruction in medicine and surgery is given in the second 
year. The third and fourth years are almost entirely clinical. 

A special feature of instruction in the school is the attempt to bring together 
teacher and student in close personal relationship. In many courses of instruc- 
tion the classes are divided into small groups and a large number of instructors 
insures attention to the requirements of each student. 

In most courses the final examination as the sole test of proficiency has dis- 
appeared and the student's final grade is determined largely by partial examina- 
tions, recitations and assigned work carried on throughout the course. 

DEPARTMENT OF GROSS ANATOMY 

Eduaed Uhlenhuth Professor of Anatomy 

Frank H. J. Figge Professor of Experimental Anatomy 

Vernon E. Krahl Associate Professor of Gross Anatomy 

R. Dale Smith Assistant Professor of Gross Anatomy 

Karl F. Mech Instructor in Gross Anatomy 

John Shelby Metcalf Weaver Fellow in Gross Anatomy^ 

Walter G. Reich, Jr Weaver Fellow in Gross Anatomy^ 

Edmund B. MmDLETON Weaver Fellow in Gross Anatomy^ 



Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

W. Wallace Walker Assistant Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

William B . Settle Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Herbert E. Reifschneider Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Henry L. Rigdon Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Harry C. Bowie Instructor in Surgical Anatomy 

Ross Z. PiERPONT Instructor in Surgical Anatomy 

George H. Brouillet Assistant in Surgical Anatomy 



1 March to June 30, 1948. 

2 November to June 30, 1948. 

3 July 1 to August 31, 1948. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 55 

Gross Anatomy. First Year. First semester. Six lectures and conferences 
and seventeen laboratory hours a week during the first thirteen weeks; eleven lec- 
tures and conferences and twenty-seven laboratory hours a week during the follow- 
ing two weeks. 

This course comprises the dissection of the head, neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis 
and upper extremity; in addition, there is presented an extensive demonstration 
course of specially dissected preparations of the pelvis and perineum, and a sepa- 
rate lecture course on the peripheral nervous system. Members of the staff. 

First Year. Second semester. One lecture and four laboratory hours a week 
during February and March, comprising the dissection of the lower extremity. 
Drs. Krahl and Smith. 

First semester 345 hours 

Second semester 40 hours 

Total 385 hours 

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy. Second Year. The course is designed 
to bridge the gap between abstract anatomy and clinical anatomy as applied to 
the study and practice of medicine and surgery. Students are required to dissect 
and to demonstrate all points, outlines, and regions on the cadaver. Underlying 
regions are dissected to bring out outlines and relations of structures. 

Two lectures and two laboratory periods are given each week during the second 
semester. Drs. Brantigan, Walker, Settle, Reifschneider, Rigdon, Bowie, Pier- 
pont and Brouillet. 

Total hours: 96 

Advanced Anatomy (elective course). Selected problems in gross anatomy. 
This course is intended to offer to the advanced medical student and the post- 
graduate student an opportunity of extending the knowledge secured in the pre- 
scribed anatomy courses. Drs. Uhlenhuth and Brantigan. 

In addition to the above course, facilities for special anatomical problem.s are 
offered to the more advanced student and physician. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalog of the Graduate School for descriptions 
of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

Postgraduate Courses. Consult the description of postgraduate courses in gross 
anatomy and surgical anatomy. 

DEPARTMENT OF HISTOLOGY AND EMBRYOLOGY 

^ Professor of Anatomy 

O. G. Harne Associate Professor of Histology. 

John F. Lutz Assistant Professor of Histology 

^ Associate in Histology 

First Year. The course in histology is divided equally between the study of 
the fundamental tissues and that of organs. Throughout the entire course the 
embryology of the part being studied precedes the study of the fully developed 



To be appointed 



56 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

tissue. Thus embryology becomes a correlated part of the whole subject of micro- 
scopic anatomy and not an independent subject. 

Each student is furnished a set of histological slides, previously prepared in our 
own laboratory, thus insuring a uniform and satisfactory quaUty of material for 
study and permitting the time of the student to be expended in the study of ma- 
terial rather than in the technic of its preparation. The object of the course is to 
present the evidence of function as shown by the structure of tissues and organs. 
Drs. Harne and Lutz. 

An optional laboratory course is offered. This supplements the required course 
giving laboratory experience which can not be incorporated in the former. No 
added charge is made for the course. 

Total hours: 150. 



NEURO-ANATOMY 

First Year. Neuro-anatomy embraces a study of the fundamental structure of 
the central nervous system as applied to its function. An abundance of material 
permits of individual dissection of the human brain. A series of appropriately 
stained sections of the human brain stem is furnished each student for the micro- 
scopic study of the internal structure of the nervous system. Drs. Harne and Lutz. 

Total hours: 100. 

Graduate Courses, Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 



DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY 

William R. Amberson Professor of Physiology 

Dietrich Conrad Smith Associate Professor of Physiology 

Robert H. Oster Professor of Physiology, School of Dentistry 

Mary E. Chinn Instructor in Physiology 

Syl\t:a Himmelfarb .Assistant in Physiolog>' 

Frances C. Brown, A.B Assistant in Physiology 

Raymond F. Kline Porter Fellow in Physiology 

Hans Ludes Research Assistant in Physiology 

John S. Metcalf, Jr Research Assistant in Physiology 

The work in physiolog}^ is given in two separate courses: 

First Year. Second Semester. A course in neurophysiology is presented in 
two lectures a week, without laboratory work. 

Second Year. First Semester. The remainder of the subject is presented in 
four lectures, one conference, and two laboratory periods a week. 

The fundamental concepts of physiology are presented with special reference 
to mammalian problems. 

Total hours: 224. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 



ORGANIZATION OF TEE CURRICULUM 57 

DEPARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 

Frank W. Hachtel Professor of Bacteriology 

1 Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 

H. Edmund Levin Associate in Bacteriology 

Hazel Y. Pruitt. Assistant in Bacteriology 

Second Year. First Semester. The principles of general bacteriology are 
taught by quiz, conference, and lecture. 

Instruction given in the laboratory includes the methods of preparation of 
culture media, the study of pathogenic bacteria, and the bacteriological examina- 
tion of water and milk. The bacteriological diagnosis of communicable diseases 
is also included. 

Second Year. Second Semester. The principles of immunology are presented 
by means of quizzes, conferences and lectures. 

The course includes a consideration of infection and immunity, the nature and 
action of the various antibodies, complement fixation and flocculation tests, hyper- 
sensitiveness, and the preparation of bacterial vaccines. 

Experiments are carried out by the class in the laboratory. During the latter 
half of the semester the class is divided into sections. 

Total hours: Bacteriology 120. 
Immunology 72. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

EiOL G. ScHMmT Professor of Biological Chemistry 

Glenn S. Weil-And Associate Professor of Biological Chemistry 

Ann Virginia Brown Instructor in Biological Chemistry 

Norma Feik McElvain Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry 

Jos^ A. Alvarez Hitchcock Fellow in Neurological Surgery 

First Year. Second Semester. This course is designed to present the prin- 
ciples of biological chemistry and to indicate their applications to the clinical 
aspects of medicine. The phenomena of living matter and its chief ingredients, 
secretions and excretions are discussed in lectures and conferences and examined 
experimentally. Training is given in biochemical methods of investigation. Total 
hours: 208. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY 

John C. Krantz, Jr Professor of Pharmacology 

C. Jelleff Carr Associate Professor of Pharmacology 

Harry K. Iwamoto Assistant Professor of Pharmacology 

Ruth Musser Instructor in Pharmacology 

Joseph G. Bird Assistant and Fellow in Pharmacology 

Stephen Krop Lecturer in Pharmacology 

Leonard Karel Lecturer in Pharmacology 

William G. Harne Demonstrator in Pharmacology 

Frederick K. Bell U. S. Pharmacopoeia Fellow 



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58 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

John B. Harman Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

Mary J. Sauerwald Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

Edward B. Truitt, Jr Markle Fellow in Pharmacology 

G. D. Maengwyn-Davies Fellow in Pharmacology 

This course is designed to include those phases of pharmacology necessary for 
an intelligent use of drugs in the treatment of disease. The didactic instruction 
includes materia medica, pharmacy, prescription-writing, toxicology, posology, 
pharmacodynamics, and experimental therapeutics. The laboratory exercises 
parallel the course of lectures. 

In addition, optional conference periods and lectures are available for students 
desiring further instruction or advice. 

Total hours: 216. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

Hugh R. Spencer Professor of Pathology 

Robert B. Wright Associate Professor of Pathology 

C. Gardner Warner Associate Professor of Pathology 

Walter C. Merkel Associate Professor of Pathology 

Albert E. Goldstein Assistant Professor of Pathology 

Dexter L. Reimann Assistant Professor of Pathology 

John A. Wagner Assistant Professor of Pathology 

Howard J. Maldeis Associate in Pathology 

Milton S. Sacks Associate in Pathology 

Bent:dict Skitarelic Associate in Pathology 

Leon Freedom Associate in Pathology 

Conrad B. Acton Instructor in Pathology 

Howard B. Mays Instructor in Pathology 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Instructor in Pathology 

D. McClelland Dixon Instructor in Pathology 

William B. VandeGreft Instructor in Pathology 

William J. Bryson Instructor in Pathology 

Karl V. ]Mech Instructor in Pathology 

Seymour W. Rubin Instructor in Pathology 

Richard J. Colfer Instructor in Pathology 

Robert E. Bauer Assistant in Pathology 

Donald E. Fisher Assistant in Pathology 

Courses of instruction in pathology are given during the second and third years. 
The courses are based on the previous study of normal structure and function and 
aim to outline the history of disease. The relationship between clinical symptoms 
and anatomical lesions is constantly stressed. 

General Pathology. Second Semester, Second Year. This course includes 
the study of disturbances of the body fluids; disturbances of structure, nutrition 
and metabolism of cells; disturbances of fat, carbohydrate and protein metab- 
olism; disturbances of pigment metabolism; inflammation and tumors. 

Laboratory instruction is based on the study of prepared slides (loan collection) 
and corresponding gross material. 

Applied Pathology, Including Gross Morbid Anatomy and Morbid 
Physiology. Third Year. The laboratory instruction in this course is carried 



ORGANIZATION OF TEE CURRICULUM 59 

out in small teaching museums where prepared specimens and material from au- 
topsies with chnical histories and sections are available for study. For this work 
the class is divided into small groups. Clinical correlation is stressed. 

Autopsies. Third Year. Students in small groups attend autopsies at the 
morgues of the University Hospital and the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

Clinical-Pathological Conference. {Fourth Year.) These exercises are 
held in collaboration with the Department of Medicine. Selected cases are dis- 
cussed and autopsy findings are presented. 

Second year 184 hours 

Third year 160 hours 

Fourth year 30 hours 

Total 374 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 

Maurice C. Pincoffs Professor of Medicine 

G. Carroll Lockard Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Thomas P. Sprunt Professor of Clinical Medicine 

H. Raymond Peters Professor of Clinical ^Medicine 

Louis A. M. Krause Professor of Clinical Medicine 

T. Nelson Carey Professor of Clinical Medicine and Chairman of the Department 

of Medicine 

Paul W. Clough Associate Professor of Medicine 

Walter A. Baetjer Associate Professor of Medicine 

W illiam S. Love, Jr Associate Professor of Medicine 

Thomas C. Wolff Associate Professor of Medicine 

Howard M. Bubert Associate Professor of Medicine 

J. Sheldon Eastland Associate Professor of Medicine 

Milton S. Sacks Associate Professor of Medicine 

Lewis P. Gundry Associate Professor of Medicine 

Samuel Morrison Associate Professor of Medicine 

Theodore E. Woodward Associate Professor of Medicine 

William H. Smith Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Howard J. Maldeis Associate Professor of Legal Medicine 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Wetherbee Fort Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Frank J. Geraghty Assistant Professor of Medicine 

H. Vernon Langeluttig Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Sol Smith Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Edward F. Cotter Assistant Professor of ^Medicine 

Samuel Legum Associate in Medicine 

Robert A. Reiter Associate in Medicine 

W. Grafton Herspberger Associate in Medicine 

Meyer W. Jacobson Associate in ]\Iedicine 

Conrad B. Acton Associate in Medicine 

Irving Freeman Associate in Medicine 

Francis G. Dickey Associate in Medicine 

C. Edward Leach Associate in Medicine 

Lawrence M. Serra Associate in Medicine 

Marie A. Andersch Associate in Medicine 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr Associate in Medicine 

William K. Waller Associate in Medicine 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Associate in Medicine 

Samuel T. R. Revell Associate in Medicine 



60 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Arthur Karfgin Associate in Medicine 

M. Paul Byerly Associate in Medicine 

Henry VV. D. Holljes Associate in Medicine 

S. Edwin Muller Associate in Medicine 

David Tenner Instructor in Medicine 

Philip D. Flynn ... Instructor in Medicine 

Edward S. Kallins . . .- Instructor in Medicine 

John A. Myers Instructor in Medicine 

Kurt Levy Instructor in Medicine 

William G. Helfrich Instructor in Medicine 

M. Paul Padget Instructor in Medicine 

Leon Ashman Instructor in Medicine 

Joseph E. Muse, Jr Instructor in Medicine 

Daniel Wilfson, Jr Instructor in Medicine 

William H. Kammer, Jr Instructor in Medicine 

Samuel J. Hankin Instructor in Medicine 

Frederick J. Vollmer Instructor in Medicine 

Louis J. Kroll Instructor in Medicine 

John R. Davis Instructor in Medicine 

John Z. Bowers^ Instructor in Medicine 

Wilfred H. Townshend Instructor in Medicine 

Alvin J. Hartz Instructor in Medicine 

Henry J. Marriott Instructor in Medicine 

Morris Fine Assistant in Medicine 

Samuel Snyder Assistant in Medicine 

Joseph B. Gross Assistant in Medicine 

James R. Karns Assistant in Medicine 

L. Ann Hellen Assistant in Medicine 

AuDRY M. Funk Assistant in Medicine 

Rollin C. Hudson Assistant in Medicme 

Stephen J. Van Lill, 3rd Assistant in Medicine 

Franklin E. Leslie Assistant in Medicine 

Thomas L. Worsley Assistant in Medicine 

John B. DeHoff Assistant in Medicine 

Adam Swiss Assistant in Medicine 

John C. Osborne Assistant in Medicine 

Edmund G. Beacham Assistant in Medicine 

Jerome Cohn Assistant in Medicine 

William G. Fusting Assistant in Medicine 

Stuart D. Sunday Assistant in Medicine 

Jonas Cohen Assistant in Medicine 

GENERAL OUTLINE 
Second Yeae 
Introduction to clinical medicine. 

(a) Introductory physical diagnosis. (1 hour a week, first semester; 2 hours a week, 

second semester.) 

(b) Medical clinics. (1 hour a week, second semester.) 



®0n leave of absence. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 61 

Third Year 

I. The methods of examination (13 hours a week), (a) History taking, (b) Physical 
diagnosis, (c) Clinical pathology. 
These subjects are taught and practiced in the hospital out-patient department 
and in the clinical laboratory. 
II. The principles of medicine (200 hours). 

(a) Lectures, clinics and demonstrations in general medicine, neurology, pediatrics 
psychiatry and preventive medicine. 

Fourth Yeas 
The practice of medicine. 
I. Clinical clerkship on the medical wards. (26 hours a week for ten weeks.) 

(a) Responsibility, under supervision, for the history, physical examination, 

laboratory examinations and progress notes of assigned cases. 

(b) Ward classes in general medicine, the medical specialties, and therapeutics. 
II. Clinics in general medicine and the medical specialties. 

(6 hours a week.) 

III. Dispensary work in the medical specialties. 

IV. Clinical- pathological conferences (1 hour a week). 

MEDICAL DISPENSARY WORK 

The medical dispensaries of both the Mercy and the University Hospitals are 
utilized for teaching in the third year. Each student spends two hours daily for 
ten weeks in dispensary work. The work is done in groups of four to six students 
under an instructor. Systematic history-taking is especially stressed. Physical 
findings are demonstrated. The student becomes familiar with the commoner 
acute and chronic disease processes. 

PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS 

T. Conrad Wolff Associate Professor of Medicine, Head of Department 

Robert A. Reiter. . . .Associate in Medicine, in charge of Lower Respiratory Disease 

Samuel Legum Associate in Medicine, in charge of Cardiovascular Disease 

Irving Freeman Associate in Medicine 

Grafton Hersperger Associate in Medicine 

Louis Kroll Instructor in Medicine 

Daneel Wilfson Instructor in Medicine 

Leon Ashman Instructor in Medicine 

Joseph Muse Instructor in Medicine 

Samuel Hankin Instructor in Medicine 

Kurt Levy Instructor in Medicine 

Alvin Hartz Instructor in Medicine 

William G. Helfrich Instructor in Medicine 

John B. DeHoff Assistant in Medicine 

Stuart D, Sunday Assistant in Medicine 

Thomas L. Worsley, Jr Assistant in Medicine 

Jerome Cohn Assistant in Medicine 

Elizabeth D. Sherrill Assistant in Medicine 

William H. Fusting Assistant in Medicine 



62 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

The course in physical diagnosis starts with the first semester of the Sophomore 
year and ends with the termination of the second semester of the Junior year. 

First Semester — Second Year — Lecture, one hour weekly covering the technique 
of history writing in the normal person and the mechanics of the physical signs 
elicited in the normal person through inspection, palpation, percussion and aus- 
cultation. 

Second Semester — Second Year — Lecture, one hour weekly, covering the tech- 
nique of history writing in cases involving disease, and the mechanics of patho- 
logical physical signs on inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation. 

In the third and fourth quarters small tutorial groups are formed, each under 
the direction of an instructor. Experience in physical examination of normal indi- 
viduals is given in the third quarter for one afternoon weekly. In the fourth 
quarter the students become acquainted with abnormal signs through examination 
of hospital patients. 

Third Year — a. The class is divided into four sections. Each section receives 
bedside instruction in physical diagnosis for seven weeks (2 hrs. daily). For this 
purpose small groups under an instructor are formed. The instruction is carried 
on in the Baltimore City Hospitals but in addition advantage is occasionally taken 
of the clinical opportunities in other institutions. 

b. Lecture course (1 hr. weekly) covering the mechanisms of abnormal signs. 

THERAPEUTICS 

Third Year. General therapeutics and materia medica are taken up and an 
effort is made to familiarize the student with the practical treatment of disease. 
The special therapy of the chief diseases is then reviewed. 

Fourth Year. Special consideration is given to the practical application of 
therapeutic principles in bedside teaching and the chief therapeutic methods are 
demonstrated. 

Students attend therapeutic ward rounds once a week throughout their medical 
trimester. 

TROPICAL MEDICINE 

Certain phases of tropical medicine are considered in the course on clinical 
pathology. In addition, a course of lectures and demonstrations is given to the 
entire fourth year class. 

TUBERCULOSIS 

During the third year in connection with the instruction in physical diagnosis 
a practical course is given at the Municipal Tuberculosis Hospital. Stress is laid 
upon the recognition of the physical signs of the disease, as well as upon its symp- 
tomatology and gross pathology. 

CARDIOLOGY 

In the third year a series of lectures and clinics correlated with pathological 
studies is given the entire class. 

During the fourth year an elective course in cardiology is offered at the Mercy 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 63 

Hospital. The course occupies one and one-half hours weekly. Physical diag- 
nosis, electocardiography and the therapeuti.c management of cardiac cases 
are stressed. 

Elective out-patient work is available also to members of the fourth year class 
in the cardiac clinic of the University Hospital. 

SYPHILIS 

Third Year. During the third year the subject of syphilis is dealt with in the 
lecture course. 

Fourth Year. An elective course in the therapeutic management of syphilis is 
offered in the dispensary. 

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY 

Milton S. Sacks Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of 

Department of Clinical Pathology 

Sol Smith Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Maeie A. Andersch Biochemist, University Hospital, Associate in Medicine 

S. Edwix Muller Associate in Medicine 

John A. Wagner Assistant in Medicine 

L. Ann Hellen Assistant in Medicine 

Audrey M. Funk Assistant in Medicine 

George W. Bradford Baltimore Rh Laboratory Fellow in Medicine 

Joseph A. Guilbeau, Jr Baltimore Rh Laboratory Fellow in Obstetrics 

Third Year. First and second semesters. The course in Clinical Pathology is 
designed to train the student in the third year in the performance and interpretation 
of fundamental diagnostic laboratory procedures used in clinical medicine. 

During the first semester the work is devoted to a thorough consideration of dis- 
eases of the hematopoietic system. In the second semester, in connection with 
laboratory work in urinalysis, gastric analysis, hepatic, pancreatic and renal func- 
tions, thorough discussion of underlying biochemical and physiological mecha- 
nisms is undertaken. During this semester examination of cerebrospinal fluid, 
transudates and exudates is also included. Elements of clinical parasitology 
round out the work in this semester. 

Each student provides his own microscope and blood counting equipment. A 
completely equipped locker is assigned to every student. 

Total Hours: 128. 

Fourth Year. During the fourth year the student applies in the laboratories of 
the various affiliated hospitals the knowledge acquired during the preceding year. 
A completely equipped locker is assigned enabling him to work independently of 
the general laboratories. Instructors are available during certain hours to give 
necessary assistance and advice. 

GASTRO-ENTEROLOGY 

Theodore H. Morrison Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Samuel Morrison Associate Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Maurice Feldman Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 



64 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Zachariah Morgan Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Francis G. Dickey Associate in Medicine 

Z. Vance Hooper ' Associate in Gastro-Enterology 

Albert J. Shochat Instructor in Gastro-Enterology 

Alfred S. Lederman Assistant in Gastro-Enterology 

Third Year. A series of six lectures is given on the diseases of the digestive 
tract. 

Fourth Year. Clinics and demonstrations are given to the class for one hour a 
week; dispensary instruction to small groups throughout the entire session. Prac- 
tical instruction is given in the use of modem methods of study of the diseases of 
the gastro-intestinal tract. 

PSYCHIATRY 

Ross McC. Chapman Professor of Psychiatry 

Ralph P. Truitt Professor of Clinical Psychiatry 

H. Whitalan Newtell Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

Harry M. Murdock Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Phelip S. Wagner Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Hans W. Loewald Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

William W. Elgin Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

J. G. N. Gushing Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Leslie B. Hohman Associate in Psychiatry 

Kathryn L. Schultz Associate in Psychiatry 

IsADORE TuERK Associate in Psychiatry 

A. Russell Anderson Instructor in Psychiatry 

Francis J. McLaughlin Instructor in Psychiatry 

Samuel Novey Instructor in Psychiatry 

Harold L. Vyner Instructor in Psychiatry 

Joseph H. Marshall Instructor in Psychiatry 

Richard H. Pembroke, Jr Instructor in Psychiatry 

Aaron Podolnick Fellow in Psychiatry 

First Year. The 16 lecture hours will be devoted largely to a discussion of 
factors influencmg the formation of character and the deviations in personality 
falling within the range of "normal." The usual endogenous and environmental 
experiences which provide critical periods during the life of an individual will be 
chronologically presented. Basic psychological concepts and psycho-dwiamics 
will be reviewed. The methods of psychiatry wnth reference to the life history, 
mental status examination, and psychometric testing will be outlined and 
demonstrated. 

Second Year. Fourteen 2-hour lecture demonstrations on psychopathology will 
introduce the student to personality deviations considered ''abnormal." The 
mental status examination will be demonstrated in detail. The major and minor 
psychoses will be presented in terms of the psycho-dynamics of symptoms and re- 
action t>T)es. The student will be expected, at the conclusion of the year, to be 
familiar with the psychopathology and clinical characteristics of the usual psy- 
chiatric problems. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 65 

Third Year. The 16 lecture hours will be devoted to further considerations of 
special psychopathology and the principles of psychotherapy. Specialized forms 
of treatment will be reviewed, but the main emphasis will be toward familiarizing 
the student with forms of therapy feasible in routine medical practice. Durmg 
the 36 clinic hours the student will be supervised in history-taking, mental status 
and psychometric examination, and follow-up studies of patients. 

Fourth Year. A series of 10 lecture demonstrations will serve to summarize 
previous instruction and to appraise the student's insight into psychopathology, 
the recognition of clinical syndromes, and their management. Characteristic 
reaction types will be demonstrated and discussed largely as concerns probable 
etiology and possible preventive measures. The relationship of mental illness to 
the major problems of social upheaval, economic, and other sources of insecurity 
will be considered. 

PEDIATRICS 
J. Edmund Bradley . . Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Acting Head of the Department 

C. LoRiNG JosLTN ProfessoF of Pediatrics 

Edgar B. Friedenwald Professor of Clinical Pediatrics 

Harold E. Harrison Associate Professor of Pediatrics 

A. H. FiNKELSTEiN Associatc Professor of Pediatrics 

Frederick B. Smith Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

Albert Jatfe Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

Samuel S. Glici: Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Clewell Howell Associate in Pediatrics 

G. Bowers Makseorjer Associate in Pediatrics 

Jerome Fineman Associate in Pediatrics 

Gibson J. Wells Associate in Pediatrics 

Arnold F. Lavenstein- Instructor in Pediatrics 

Mary L. Hayleck Instructor in Pediatrics 

Israel P. Meranski Instructor in Pediatrics 

William Earl Weeks Assistant in Pediatrics 

J. Carlton Wich Assistant in Pediatrics 

0. Walter Spurrier Assistant in Pediatrics 

Joseph M. Cordi Assistant in Pediatrics 

Donald D. Cooper Assistant in Pediatrics 

Third Year. The course is presented as follows: 

Lectures on infant feeding and the fundamentals of diseases of infants and 
children. (15 hours.) 

Lectures on contagious diseases in conjunction with the Department of 
Hygiene and Preventive Medicine. (14 hours.) 

A special course in physical diagnosis is given at City Hospitals. (20 hours.) 

Clinical conferences demonstrating diseases of the new-bom. (6 hours.) 

Fourth Year. An amphitheatre clinic is given at which patients are shown 
to demonstrate the features of the diseases discussed. (30 hours.) 

Conferences and demonstrations are given in problems concerning diagnosis, 
care, treatment and clinical pathology of the diseases of infants and children. 
(30 hours.) 



66 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

Students are assigned subjects for the preparation of theses. 

Chnical clerkships are assigned on the pediatric wards, where experience is 
gained in taking histories, making physical examinations, doing routine laboratory 
work, and following up the patients' progress. This is under the supervision of the 
visiting staff. (140 hours.) 

Instruction is given in the pediatric clinic of the out-patient department of 
the University Hospital. This consists of U hours daily for five weeks — 30 
minutes each day being devoted to a clinical demonstration of some interesting 
case by a member of the staff; one hour daily to taking histories and making 
physical examinations under supervision of one of the staff instructors. (45 hours.) 

Total hours: 300. 

NEUROLOGY 

Andrew C. Gillis Professor of Neurology 

Leon Freedom Associate Professor of Neurology 

Philip F. Lerner Assistant Professor of Neurology 

William L. Fearing Associate in Neurology 

Edward F. Cotter Associate in Neurology 

Harry Teitelbaum Associate in Neurology 

Second Year. Fifteen one-hour lectures are given to correlate the anatomy 
and physiology of the nervous system with clinical neurology. 

Third Year. Twenty hours of instruction are given to the whole class in neuro- 
pathology supplemented with pathological demonstrations. Sixteen lecture- 
demonstrations are given in which the major t3^es of the diseases of the nervous 
system are discussed. A course is also given at the Baltimore City Hospitals, 
comprising eight periods of two hours each, in which the students in small groups 
carry out complete neurological examinations of selected cases which illustrate 
the chief neurological syndromes. 

Fourth Year. A clinical conference one hour each week is given to the whole 
class at the University and Mercy Hospitals. All patients presented at these 
clinics are carefully examined. Complete written records are made by the stu- 
dents who demonstrate the patients before the class. The patients are usually 
assigned one or two weeks before they are presented, and each student in the class 
must study and present one or more patients during the year. 

Ward Class Instruction. Nme hours of instruction are given to each student 
in small sections at the University and Mercy Hospitals. In these classes the 
students come in close personal contact with the patients in the wards under the 
supervision of the instructor. 

Dispensary Instruction. Small sections are instructed in the dispensaries of 
the University and Mercy Hospitals five afternoons each week. In this way 
students are brought into contact with nervous diseases in their early and late 
manifestations. 

HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 

Huntington Williams Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

William H. F. Warthen Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 



ORGANIZATION OP THE CURRICULUM 67 

Ross Davies Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Horace Hodes Associate Professor of Hygiene'and Public Health 

Martha C. Eaton Instructor in Hygiene and Public Health 

Third Year. A one-hour lecture is given to the whole class each Tuesday during 
both semesters. Basic instruction is afforded in the clinical and public health 
aspects of the communicable diseases including syphilis and tuberculosis. The 
lectures are under the auspices of the Department of Medicine and are given by 
staff members of that department, including physicians representing pediatrics, 
hygiene and public health, and by staff members of the Baltimore City Health 
Department. 

Fourth Year. Elective work is also assigned at Sydenham Hospital, the one- 
hundred bed communicable disease hospital of the City Health Department, and 
at its Western Health District, 617 West Lombard Street, where the District 
Health Officer arranges for home visiting and the student prepares and presents 
a Home Survey Report. 

The course deals with the fundamentals of public health and supplements the 
work in the third year. The major emphasis in both years is on the practice of 
preventive medicine and the relation of prevention to diagnosis and treatment, 
and on the civic and social implications of the medical services. 

LEGAL MEDICINE 

Howard J. Maldeis Associate Professor of Legal Medicine 

Chief Medical Examiner, Maryland 

Third Year. This course embraces a summary of some of the following: Pro- 
ceedings in criminal and civil prosecution, medical evidence and testimony, identity 
and its general relations, rape, criminal abortions, signs of death, wounds in their 
medico-legal relations, natural and homicidal death, malpractice, insanity, and 
medico-legal autopsies, including poisoning. 

Total hours: 4. 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

Francis A. Ellis Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

Eugene S. Bereston Associate in Dermatology 

A. Albert Shapiro Associate in Dermatology 

Israel Zeligman Associate in Dermatology 

R. C. V. Robinson Associate in Dermatology 

Lucile J. Caldwell Instructor in Dermatology 

Benjamin Highstein Instructor in Dermatolog>' 

V. Harwood Link Assistant in Dermatology 

Morris M. Cohen Assistant in Dermatology 

The third year class receives six lecture-demonstrations on the principles of 
dermatology by Dr. Robinson. 



68 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

The senior course consists of demonstrations of the common skin diseases and 
venereal diseases given throughout the year by Dr. Robinson and staff. A weekly 
lecture-demonstration is given to the whole senior class by Dr. Robinson and 
Dr. Ellis. 

Daily demonstrations and conferences are carried on by the out-patient staff in 
the dermatologic clinic involving both skin diseases and venereal diseases. 

Third year 15 hours 

Fourth Year 49 hours 

Total 64 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 

Charles Reid Edwards Professor of Surgery 

Walter D. Wise Professor of Surgery 

Elliott H. Hutchins Professor of Surgery 

F. L. Jennings Professor of Clinical Surgery 

D. J. Pessagno Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Monte Edwards Clinical Professor of Surgery 

George H. Yeager Clinical Professor of Surgery 

Otto C. Brantigan Clinical Professor of Surgery 

Harry C. Hull Clinical Professor of Surgery 

Charles A. Retfschneeder Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surger>' 

Thomas R. Chambers Associate Professor of Surgery 

R. W. LocHER Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Edward S. Johnson Associate Professor of Surgery 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery 

Cyrus F. Horine Associate Professor of Surgery 

Charles W. Maxson Associate Professor of Surgery 

C. W. Peake Associate Professor of Surgery 

H. F. BoNGARDT Assistant Professor of Surgery 

I. O. Ridgely Assistant Professor of Surgery 

James W. Nelson Assistant Professor of Surgery 

I. Ridgeway Trimble Assistant Professor of Surgery 

SntON H. Brager Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

W. Wallace Walker Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Raymond F. Helfrich Associate in Surger>' 

W^illiam B. Settle Associate in Surgery 

Arthur G. Siwt:nski Associate in Surgery 

W^illiam F. Rienhoff, Jr Associate in Surgery 

George Govatos Associate in Surgery 

Joseph V. Jerardi .Associate in Surgery 

Henry L. Rigdon Associate in Surgery 

Herbert E. REiFSCHNEmER Associate in Surgery 

Joseph M. Miller Lecturer in Surgery 

J. DuER MooRES Instructor in Surgery 

Calvin Hyman Instructor in Surgery 

Clyde F. Karns Instructor in Surgen.- 

Dantel R. Robinson Instructor in Surgery 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 69 

George H. Brouillet Instructor in Surgery 

Harry C. Bowie Instructor in Surgery 

William L, Garlick Instructor in Surgery 

Stuart G. Coughlan Instructor in Surgery 

Harold H. Burns Instructor in Surgery 

John F. Schaifer Instructor in Surgery 

Robert F. Healy Instructor in Surgery 

Robert C. Sheppard Instructor in Surgery 

Samuel E. Proctor Instiuctor in Surgery 

F. Ford L0]tER Instructor in Surgery 

William R. Gekaghty Assistant in Surgery' 

Howard B. McElwain Assistant in Surgery' 

A. V. BuCHNEss Assistant in Surgery 

T. J. TouHEY Assistant in Surgery 

Samuel H. Culver Assistant in Surgery 

L. T. CHiVNCE Assistant in Surger>' 

W. Allen Deckert Assistant in Surger>' 

Patrick C. Phelan, Jr ^Assistant in Surgery 

E. Roderick Shipley Assistant in Surgerj' 

William C. Dunnigan Assistant in Surgery 

Howard L. Zupnik Assistant in Surgery 

Raymond M. Cunningham Assistant in Surgery 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr Assistant in Surgery 

John W. Chambers Assistant in Surgery 

Ross Z. Pouipont Assistant in Surgery 

Instruction is given by means of lectures, laboratory work, recitations, dis- 
pensary work, bedside instruction, ward classes, and clinics. The work begins 
in the second year and continues throughout the third and fourth years. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratoiy, operative surgery labora- 
tory, the dispensaries, wards, laboratories and operating rooms of the University 
and Mercy Hospitals, and in the wards and operating rooms of the Baltimore City 
Hospitals. 

SECOND YEAR 

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy. Secojid semester. The course is 
designed to bridge the gap between anatomy in the abstract and clinical anatomy 
as applied to the study and practice of medicine and surgery. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory, and students are required to 
dissect and to demonstrate all points, outlines, and regions on the cadaver. Under- 
lying regions are dissected to bring out outlines and relations of structures. 

Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week. Drs. Brantigan, Walker, 
Settle, Bowie, H. E. Reifschneider, Rigdon, Brouillet and Pierpont. 

Total hours: 96. 

Principles of Surgery. Second semester. This course includes discussions 
of irritants, infection, repair of tissue, healing of tissue, relationship of bacteriolog}' 
to surgery, modern chemotherapy in surgical diseases, ulcers, wounds, thrombo- 
phlebitis, phlebothrombosis, peripheral vascular diseases, thermal bums, injuries 
due to cold, surgical shock, diseases of the lymphatics, gangrene of the skin and 



70 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

extremities, aneurysms, hemorrhage, varicose veins, embolism, sinuses and fistulae, 
tetanus, anthrax and actinomycosis. 

Lectures, two hours a week for one semester, are given to the whole class. Drs. 
Adams and Sheppard. 

THIRD YEAR 

General and Regional Surgery. Lectures, recitations and clinics on the 
principles of surger\', general surgery including fractures and dislocations are 
given three hours a week to the whole class. Dr. Hull. 

The class is divided into groups and receives instruction in history-taking 
and surgical pathology under the supervision of the chief of the pathologic 
department of the Baltimore City Hospitals. Instruction is also given in surgi- 
cal diagnosis and in general surgery at the bedside and in the classroom at this in- 
stitution by Drs. Hull, C. A. Reifschneider, Brantigan and Adams. Two hours 
per week are given in orthopaedic surgery by Dr. Voshell, chief of the orthopaedic 
service of this institution. 

Operative Surgery. Two courses in operative surgery are given under the 
supervision of Dr. Yeager assisted by Drs. Ullrich, Peake, Brager, Mays, Govatos 
Jerardi, Kams, Daniel R. Robinson, Healy, Deckert and E. R. Shipley. The class 
is divided into sections and each section is given practical and individual work 
under the supervision of the instructors. 

Surgical Out-patient Department. Under supervision, the student takes 
the history, makes the physical examination, attempts the diagnosis and, as far 
as possible, carries out the treatment of ambulator}^ surgical patients in the 
University and Mercy Hospitals. Mercy Hospital — Dr. Raymond F. He If rich 
assisted by the out-patient staff. University Hospital — Drs. Settle and Sheppard 
assisted by the out-patient staff. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Clinics. A weekly clinic is given at the Mercy and at the University Hospitals 
to one-half the class throughout the year. As far as possible this is a diagnostic 
clinic. Mercy Hospital — Dr. Wise. University Hospital — Dr. C. R. Edwards. 

Surgical Pathology. At Mercy Hospital. Specimens from the operating 
room and museum are studied in the gross and microscopically in relation to the 
case history. 14 hours. Dr. Pessagno. 

Surgery op the Chest. At Mercy Hospital. Operations and conferences. 
14 hours. Drs. Rienhoff and Garlick. 

Traumatic Surgery. This course deals with operative and post-operative 
treatment of accident cases and with instructions as to the relationship between the 
state, the employee, the employer, and the physician's duty to each. One hour 
a week to sections of the class throughout the year. Dr. C. A. Reifschneider. 

Clinical Clerkship. This work includes the personal study of assigned 
hospital patients, under supervision of the staffs of the University and Mercy 
Hospitals, and embraces histor}^-taking, and physical examination of patients, 
laboratory' examinations, attendance at operations and observation of post- 
operative treatment. 



ORGANIZATION OF TEE CURRICULUM 71 

Ward Classes. Ward-class instruction in small groups will consist of ward 
rounds, surgical diagnosis, treatment and the after-care of operative cases. Mercy 
Hospital — Drs. Wise, Hutchins, Blake, Pessagno, Nelson, Trimble, Brager and 
Jerardi. University Hospital — Drs. C. Reid Edwards, Yeager, Hull and C. A. 
Reifschneider. 

ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY 

Allen Fiske Voshell Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Harry L. Rogers Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

MosES Gellman Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Henry F. Ullrich Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

I. H. Maseritz Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Milton J. Wilder Associate in Orthopaedic Surger>' 

Jason H. Gaskel Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Didactic, clinical, bedside and out-patient instruction is given in the fourth 
year at the University and Mercy Hospitals and Dispensaries, Keman Hospital 
for Crippled Children at Dickeyville and Baltimore City Hospitals. Instruction 
is also given in the third year in small groups at the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

Weekly lectures throughout the year present all phases of orthopaedic surgery 
except fractures; brief discussions and demonstration of physical and occupational 
therapy are included. 

Fourth year groups are given more intimate instruction biweekly at one of the 
above institutions; fracture cases are included here. 

Third year 60 hours 

Fourth year 90 hours 

Total 150 hours 

RHINOLOGY AND LARYNGOLOGY 

Edward A. Looper Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Waiiman F. Zinn Clinical Professor of Rhinology and Lar>'ngology 

Franklin B. Anderson Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Benjamin S. Rich Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

W. Raymond McKIenzie Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Fayne a. Kayser Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Theodore A. Schwartz Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Frederick T. Kyper Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Samuel L. Fox Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Benjamin H. Isaacs Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Robert Z. Berry Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology 

John H. Hirschfeld Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Third Year. Instruction to whole class is given in the common diseases of the 
nose and throat, attention being especially directed to infections of the accessory 
sinuses, the importance of focal infections in the etiolog>' of general diseases and 



72 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

modem methods of diagnosis. Lectures illustrated by lantern slides arc given 
one hour weekly for seven weeks by Dr. Looper. 

Fourth Year. Dispensary instruction is given for one and one-half hours daily, 
to small sections at the University and the Mercy Hospitals. The student is 
afforded an opportunity to study, diagnose and treat patients under supervision. 
Ward classes and chnical demonstrations are given in periods of one and one-half 
hours weekly throughout the session in the University and the Mercy Hospitals. 

The Looper Clinic for bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy, recently established 
in the University Hospital, affords unusual opportunities for students to study 
diseases of the larynx, bronchi and esophagus. The clinic is open to students 
daily from 2 to 4 P.M. under direction of Dr. Looper. 

The Mercy Hospital clinic for bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy is under the 
direction of Dr. Zinn. In these two clinics the etiology, symptomatology, diag- 
nosis and treatment of foreign bodies in the air and food passages, as well as 
bronchoscopy, are taught to students as an aid in the diagnosis and treatment of 
diseases of the lungs. 

Third year 9 hours 

Fourth year 53 hours 

Total 62 hours 

GENITO-URINARY SURGERY 

W. Houston Toulson Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Kenneth D. Legge Professor of Clinical Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Howard B. Mays Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Francis W. Gillis Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgary 

Austin H. Wood Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Lyle J. MiLLAN Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

L. K. Fargo Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

John F. Hogan Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

W. A. H. CouNciLL Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Hugh Jewett Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Morris A. Fine Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

John S. Haines Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Third Year. This course is given for seven hours to the whole class. It con- 
sists of lectures and demonstrations, including the use of lantern shdes and motion 
pictures. Dr. Toulson. 

Fourth Year. The course in this year includes explanations and demonstrations 
of urethroscopy, cystoscopy, ureteral catheterization, renal function tests, urog- 
raphy, urine cultures and the various laboratory procedures. The teaching con- 
sists of clinics and ward rounds to small groups, and attendance by members of 
the senior class upon the out-patients in the dispensary. The student here is 
placed much on his own responsibility in arriving at a diagnosis. Members of 
the staff are in constant attendance for consultations. These dispensary classes 
are conducted at both the Mercy and University Hospitals where practically 
every variety of urogenital disease is seen and used for teaching purposes. 

Third year 8 hours 

Fourth year 64 hours 

Total 72 hours 



ORGANIZATION OF TEE CURRICULUM 73 

PROCTOLOGY 

Monte Edwards Professor of Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Proctology 

Simon H. Brager Assistant Professor of Proctology 

Donald B. Hebb Assistant in Proctology 

William T. Supik Assistant in Proctology 

Raymond M. CuivfNiNGHAM Assistant in Proctology 

Third Year. Seven lectures are given to the whole class. This course is for 
instruction in the diseases of the colon, sigmoid flexure, rectum and anus, and 
covers the essential features of the anatomy and physiology of the large intestine 
as well as the various diseases to which it is subject. Dr. Monte Edwards. 

Fourth Year. Ward and dispensary instruction is given in the University and 
Mercy Hospitals, where different phases of the various diseases are taught by 
direct observation and examination. The use of the proctoscope and sigmoido- 
scope in the examination of the rectum and sigmoid is made familiar to each stu- 
dent. Mercy Hospital — Drs. Blake and Brager. University Plospital — Drs. 
Monte Edwards and Adams. 

Third year 7 hours 

Fourth year 16 hours 

Total 23 hours 

OTOLOGY 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Clinical Professor of Otology 

Frankun B. Anderson Associate Professor of Otology 

Benjamin S. Rich Associate in Otology 

Frederick T. Kyper Associate in Otology 

Samuel L. Fox Associate in Otology 

William A. Parr Instructor in Otology 

The course in otolog>' is planned to give a practical knowledge of the anatomy 
and physiology of the ear, and its proximity and relationship to the brain and other 
vital structures. The inflammatory diseases, their etiology, diagnosis, treatment 
and complications are particularly stressed, with emphasis upon their relationship 
to the diseases of children, bead-surgery and neurology. 

Third Year. The whole class is given instruction by means of talks, anatomical 
specimens and lantern slides. 

Fourth Year. Small sections of the class receive instruction and make personal 
examinations of patients under the direction of an instructor. The student is 
urged to make a routine examination of the ear in his ward work in general medi- 
cine and surgery. 

Third year 12 hours 

Fourth year 40 hours 

Total 52 hours 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

Charles Bagley, Jr Professor of Neurological Surgery 

Richard G. Coblentz Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery 



74 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OP MARYLAND 

James G. Arnold, Jr Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery 

John A. Wagner Assistant Professor of Pathology and Neuropathology 

Raymond K, Thompson Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

Frank J. Otenasek Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

John W. Chambers Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

Robert M. N. Crosby Fellow in Neurological Surgery 

Jose A. Alvarez Hitchcock Fellow in Neurological Surgery 

Third Year. The course covers instruction in diagnosis and treatment of 
surgical conditions of the brain, spinal cord and the peripheral nerves. Drs. 
Bagley, Coblentz, Arnold and Thompson. 

Fourth Year. Weekly ward rounds and conferences are given at the University 
Hospital. Drs. Bagley, Coblentz, Arnold and Thompson. 

Third year 12 hours 

Fourth year 30 hours 

Total 42 hours 

ONCOLOGY 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery 

Beverley C. Compton Associate in Gynecology 

John C. Dumler Associate in Gynecology 

Arthur G. Siwinski Associate in Surgery 

J. DuER MooRES Instructor in Surgery 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Instructor in Gynecology 

William K. Diehl Instructor in Gynecology 

Everett S. Diggs Assistant in Gynecology 

Robert G. Chambers National Cancer Institute Trainee 

Marvin Lacy National Cancer Institute Trainee 

The purpose of the courses in Oncology is to give students training in the 
diagnosis and treatment of neoplastic diseases not obtained in other departments 
and at the same time to correlate this training with that received in surgery, 
medicine, roentgenology and other specialties. 

Third Year: An out-patient clinic is held twice weekly, which affords an op- 
portunity for instruction in small groups of students assigned in rotation from 
the general surgical and gynecological sections. The gynecological problems are 
under the supervision of Dr. Hundley and the general surgical conditions are 
under the direction of Dr. Ward. 

In addition to dispensary v/ork, five lectures in general oncology are given 
by Dr. Ward to the entire class at the end of the year. The increasing impor- 
tance of the cancer problem throughout the State, Nation and civilized world 
is emphasized. The biological aspects of cancer and the relation of hormones, 
carcinogenic agents, and etiological factors are reviewed. The histological classifi- 
cations and gradation of neoplasms are outlined and the biophysical effects of 
irradiation therapy discussed. The diagnosis, surgical and radiological treatment 
of neoplasms of the head and neck, oral cavity, skin, breasts, and hemopoietic 
S3-stem are also discussed. Physics and practical application of radium is given. 



ORGANIZATION OP THE CURRICULUM 75 

The diagnosis and treatment, both surgical and radiological, of neoplasms of the 
head and neck, oral cavity, skin, breasts and hemopoietic system are also covered. 
Fourth Year: Each ward class meets for one and one-half hours once a week 
for five weeks with Dr. Ward and staff for demonstration and discussion of pa- 
tients with neoplastic diseases. 

^:Dr. Hundley and staff give instructions in the diagnosis and treatment of 
cancer of the generative organs during the regular gynecological courses in ad- 
dition to the above mentioned dispensary instruction. 

Third year 8 hours 

Fourth year 16 hours 

Total 24 hours 

DENTISTRY 

^Brice M. Dorsey Professor of Oral Surgery 

^Myron S. Aisenberg Professor of Pathology 

^George M. Anderson Professor of Orthodontics 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

^Grayson W. Gaver Professor of Dental Prosthesis 

^William E. Hahn Professor of Anatomy 

^Ernest B. Nuttall Professor of Crown and Bridge 

iKennt:th V. Rant)0lph Professor of Operative Dentistry 

George H. Yeager Clinical Professor of Surgery 

^Edward C. Dobbs Assistant Professor of Pharmacology 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery and Oral Surgery 

^Joseph C. BmDix, Jr Assistant Professor of Clinical Operative Dentistry 

^HuGH T. Hicks Assistant Professor of Periodontology 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

^Lewis C. TooiiEY Assistant Professor of Oral Surgery 

^Samtjel H. Bryant Instructor in Oral Diagnosis 

^Russell Gigliotti Instructor in Clinical Oral Diagnosis 

iEugent: L. Pessagno Instructor in Operative Dentistry 

^Harry B. McCarthy Director of Dental Clinic 

This section has been reorganized for the teaching of both medical and dental 
students. There has been estabhshed a division in the out-patient department, 
and beds will be provided in the University Hospital, for the care of patients who 
will be available for the teaching of students from both schools. 

Senior year: clinics weekly. 

Ward instruction and group teaching are given. This includes diagnosis and 
treatment of diseases of the face, mouth and jaws. 

INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE AND SURGERY 

G. Carroll Lockard Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Charles A. Reifschneider Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

^ Faculty Member, School of Dentistry. 



76 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

This section is under the combined supervision of the medical and surgical 
departments. It is a cooperative effort by members of the medical school and 
hospital staff to afford means for cHnical and laboratory study of the patient who 
has been subjected to traumatic or medical industrial hazard, so that adequate 
care may be instituted to promote his physical well-being. The facilities of the 
laboratories of the medical school and hospital are available as required. 

Under direction of this department Hmited undergraduate instruction is given, 
especially in the methods of examination and of keeping records and in the general 
medico-legal principles as they affect the industrial employee, the employer, the 
general insurers, the physician and the hospital. There is also instruction on 
methods of making life insurance and other physical examinations, whether for 
employment or for health purposes. The wards of the University, Mercy and 
Baltimore City Hospitals provide for bed-side instruction. 

Total hours: 48. 

FIRST AID INSTRUCTION 

Instruction consists of lectures combined with practical demonstrations and 
actual practice by students for one hour a week for ten weeks during the second 
semester of the Freshman Year. 

PLASTIC SURGERY 

Edward A. Kitlowski Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery 

Clarence P. Scarborough Instructor in Plastic Surgery 

Ernest E. B.anfeeld Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

Robert G. Chambers \ssistant in Plastic Surger>' 

Marvin Lacy Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

This course is designed to acquaint students with the problems of reconstruc- 
tive and plastic surgery. A subdivision in the dispensary has been established 
and beds for patients will be available for instruction in this course at the Univer- 
sity and Baltimore City Hospitals and Keman's Hospital for Crippled Children. 

Third Year. Five lectures are given to the whole class. Dispensary instruction 
is provided on Mondays and Fridays. 

Fourth Year. Ward rounds and operative demonstrations are held at the 
hospitals. 

DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS 

Louis H. Douglass Professor of Obstetrics 

Emil Novak Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

J. G. M. Reese Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

M. Alexander Novey Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

IsADORE A. SiEGEL Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

John E. Savage Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

Margaret B. Ballard Associate in Obstetrics 

Hugh B. McNally Associate in Obstetrics 

D. McClelland Dixon Associate in Obstetrics 

D. Frank Kaltreider Associate in Obstetrics 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 77 

Frank K. Moilris Instructor in Obstetrics 

Kenneth B. Boyd Assistant in Obstetrics 

Thomas S. Bow\er Assistant in Obstetrics 

VV. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

George H. Davis Assistant in Obstetrics 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

J. King B. E. Seegar, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

Schuyler G. Kohn Assistant in Obstetrics 

John H. Morrison Assistant in Obstetrics 

William A. Mitchell Assistant in Obstetrics 

L. Calvin Garxis Assistant in Obstetrics 

Clarence W. Martin Assistant in Obstetrics 

Third Year. The lectures and recitations consisting of three hours' teaching 
weekly are designed to cover the anatomy of the female generative tract and the 
bony pelvis, the physiolog>' and development of the ovum and the physiology of 
pregnancy and labor. Following this the pathology of pregnancy, labor and the 
puerperium are taken up, Drs. Douglass, Reese, Siegel, Savage, and DLxon. 

Each student spends time during his junior year at the Baltimore City Hospitals 
observing, assisting and finally deHvering patients under strict supervision. Each 
student sees about twenty deliveries there, and does a considerable amount of the 
routine work. 

The junior students are assigned as assistants to the seniors in the home delivery 
service and accompany them on deliveries. 

Each student receives, in small groups, ten hours of instruction in palpation of 
patients and mensuration of the pelvis and demonstrations of the mechanism of 
labor. Drs. Siegel and McNally. 

Fourth Year. At the weekly chnical conference, cases are presented and dis- 
cussed and the student body is encouraged to offer opinions and to ask questions. 
There is no didactic teaching done, and an earnest effort is made to keep it, in 
every sense of the word, a conference. Dr. Douglass and associates. 

The ward classes are held twice weekly for five weeks for each group. Various 
subjects are assigned and discussed, patients and their histories are presented. 
Drs. Reese, Novey, Savage and McNally. 

Manikin instruction is given once a week. Drs. Dixon, Kaltreider and Doeller. 

During the same five-week period, the students are sent into patients' homes 
to conduct deliveries under supervision of a senior member of the house staff and 
with the assistance of a graduate nurse. The student is held responsible for the 
complete conduct of each assigned case. 

Each student spends thirty hours in the prenatal clinic, taking histories and 
examining patients under supervision. 

Finally, the students are invited to attend the monthly meetings of The Com- 
mittee on Maternal MortaHty, where all maternal deaths occurring in Baltimore 
are openly discussed. Hours — Third year — 148; Fourth year — 102; total — 250. 

DEPARTMENT OF GYNECOLOGY 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology 

Thomas K. Galvtn Clinical Professor of Gynecology 

Leo Brady Assistant Professor of Gynecology 



78 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Edward P. Smith Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

John T. Hibbitts Associate in Gynecology 

Kenneth B. Boyd Associate in Gynecology 

John C. Dumler Associate in Gynecology 

Beverley C. Compton Associate in Gynecology 

J. J. Er WIN Associate in Gynecology 

Frank K. Morris Associate in Gynecology 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Associate in Gynecology 

Everett S. Diggs Associate in Gj^necology 

William K. Diehl Associate in Gynecology 

Thomas S. Bo\\^er Instructor in Gynecology 

Ernest S. Edlow Instructor in Gynecology 

W. Allen Deckert Instructor in Genecology 

H. L. Gr ANOFF Assistant in Gynecology 

Charles B. Marek Assistant in Gynecology 

Helen I. Maglnnis Assistant in Gynecology 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr Assistant in Gynecology 

William A. Dodd Assistant in Gynecology 

Harry McB. Beck Assistant in Gynecology 

William C. Duffy Assistant in Gynecology 

Joseph C. Sheehan Assistant in Gynecology 

William J. Rysanek Assistant in Gynecology 

Harry F. Kane Assistant in Gynecology 

Robert B. Tunney Assistant in Gynecology 

Theodore Kardash Assistant in Gynecology 

William A. Mitchell Assistant in Gynecology 

Third Year. A course of thirty lectures and recitations is given to the whole 
class. In addition, a short course of lecture-demonstrations is given at the Balti- 
more City Hospitals, consisting of eight periods of one hour each, in which small 
groups of students are instructed in the fundamentals of gynecological diagnosis 
and examination. 

Fourth Year. Operative clinics — lectures and demonstrations — are given six 
hours per week, for five weeks, to sections of the class. 

Instruction in female urology is given. A small number of students may at- 
tend the cystoscopic dispensary which is held twice weekly. 

The course in gynecology also includes instruction in the diagnosis and treat- 
ment of cancer of the generative organs. Small groups of students attend the 
oncological dispensary for additional work. 

Third year 38 hours 

Fourth year 74 hours 

Total 112 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY 

F. Ed\\^n Knowles, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Chairman of the Department 

H. K. Fleck Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 

Jonas Friedenwald Lecturer in Ophthalmic Pathology 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 79 

Joseph I. Kemleb Associate in Ophthalmology 

F. Edwin Knowles, Jr Associate in Ophthalmology 

Paul N. Friedman Instructor in Ophthalmology 

A. Kremen Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Cleo D. Stiles Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Ruby A. Smith Instructor in Ophthalmology'' 

Frederick M. Reese Assistant in Ophthalmology 

Third Year. Second semester. Dr. Friedman reviews the anatomy and physi- 
ology of the eye and discusses the methods used in making the various exami- 
nations. Errors of refraction and their effect upon the general system are explained. 
Weekly section work, demonstrating the use of the ophthalmoscope, is carried on 
during the entire session. 

Fourth Year. Clinics and demonstrations are given in diseases of the eye, 
weekly, for one year. Dr. Knowles. 

This course consists of lectures upon the diseases of the eye, with particular 
reference to their diagnosis and relation to general medicine. Special lectures 
will be given upon vascular changes in the eye and upon the pathology of the eye. 
Some operations wiU be demonstrated by motion pictures. 

Weekly ward classes are held at the University, The Baltimore Eye, Ear and 
Throat and Mercy Hospitals during which the eye grounds in the various medical 
and surgical conditions are demonstrated. Also daily demonstrations are given 
in the taking of histories and the diagnosis and treatment of the various conditions 
as seen in the dispensary. Drs. Knowles, Kemler and Kremen. 

Third year 20 hours 

Fourth year 104 hours 

Total 124 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF ROENTGENOLOGY 

Walter L. Kilby Professor of Roentgenology 

Charles N. Davidson Associate Professor of Roentgenology 

Asa D. Young Assistant Professor of Roentgenology 

Stanley H. Macht Assistant Professor of Roentgenology 

Donald J. Barnett Associate in Roentgenolog}' 

Edwin L. Seigman Fellow in Roentgenology 

During the academic year, small groups of the third and fourth year classes are 
given weekly instruction in the diagnostic and therapeutic uses of the Roentgen 
rays. An effort is made to familiarize the student with the indications for and the 
limitations of the Roentgen ray examinations. The history, physics and practical 
therapeutic application of Roentgen rays are given stressing the use of radiation 
as a weapon now available in a variety of disorders of the human body ranging from 
simple inflammations to malignant neoplastic conditions. Conferences are held 
with the various departments during the school year which are also open to mem- 
bers of the fourth year class. 

Third year S hours 

Fourth year 22 hours 

Total 30 hours 



80 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

DEPARTMENT OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY 

Alfred T. Nelson Assistant Professor of Anaesthesiology 

and Chairman of the Department 
James Russo Assistant in Anaesthesiology 

THIRD YEAR 

Lectures are given on the general physiology and pharmacology of anesthesia, 
with consideration of the special physiology' and pharmacology of each anaesthetic 
agent. The methods of induction and administration of anaesthesia are discussed. 
The factors influencing the selection of the anaesthetic are emphasized, and the 
preparation and care of the anaesthetized patient are carefully explained. 

These lectures are correlated with practical demonstrations, supplemented by 
lantern slides and motion pictures, at the University Hospital. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Each senior student is required to spend two hours daily for two weeks observing 
and administering anaesthetics in the operating suite. 

Third year 10 hours 

Fourth year 24 hours 

Total 34 hours 

HISTORY OF MEDICINE 
Louis A. ]\L Krause Associate Professor of Medicine 

Beginning with the spring of 1942 a group of lectures on the history of medicine 
has been presented on selected phases and trends of the development of medical 
knowledge and practice. It is planned to avoid duplication of subject matter 
for at least four years. 

These lectures are offered primarily for our students, but a cordial invitation 
is extended to anyone who may wish to attend. 

Announcement of the lectures will be made by mail and on the bulletin 
board of the School of Medicine. 

ART AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE 

Carl Dame Clarke Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine 

Frances M. Blackburn Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Richard Dowell Grill Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Nancy Jane Ferneyhough Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

Carl Christian Stein Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine 

This department is maintained for the purpose of supplying pictorial and plastic 
illustrations for visual teaching in the classrooms of the medical school and for 
publication in scientific periodicals. 

Special courses of instruction are given to qualified students. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 81 

POSTGRADUATE COURSES 

Committee on Postgraduate Studies 

Howard M. Bubert, Chairman John C. Krantz, Jr. 

Dietrich C. Sjhth, 1st Vice-chairman Eduard Uhlenhuth 

L. A. M. Krause, 2nd Vice-chairman Allen F. Voshell 

Milton S. Sacks, Secretary J. M. Reese 

John A. Wagner Ralph P. Truitt 

Otto C. Brantigan Wetherbee Fort 

The Dean — Ex Officio 

During the past year emphasis was laid upon extra mural teaching in accordance 
with the existing trend throughout the country. 

A sub-committee under the chairmanship of Dr. Allen F. Voshell arranged for 
three courses to be given for county physicians. Requests for courses from other 
county societies could not be granted for the present because of the limited resources 
of the Committee and its unfamiliarity with the field into which it was entering. 
One course was given at the Prince George's County General Hospital at Cheverly, 
Maryland; one at the Washington County Hospital at Hagerstown; and one for 
the Carroll-Howard Count}^ Societies, at the University Hospital. About one 
hundred physicians, approximately one seventh of all the count}^ physicians in the 
state, participated. A questionnaire distributed upon the completion of the lec- 
tures indicated that the venture was a success. The Committee looks forward to 
an even larger enrollment for the coming year The lectures are being recorded 
and will be distributed to all attending physicians. The Committee hopes to be 
able to continue to make this material available. 

A long-term plan to integrate the training of the house stafifs of smaller hospitals 
with that of the University is being formulated. 

The following intra mural courses, which have been most successful, are 
continuing : 

General Anatomy "A": This course is designed to prepare candidates for the 
anatomy examination of the American Board of General Surgery and Surgical 
Specialties. There is no hard and fast rule about either the content or duration 
of the course. Students may dissect a complete cadaver or any particular region 
in which they may be interested. Tuition arranged according to course content. 

Surgical Anatomy ''B": This course is designed to prepare candidates for the 
examination in Anatomy of the American Board of Surgery. This is a ninety-hour 
course (2 days a week, 3 hours a day) given in conjunction with the regular soph- 
omore medical course in surgical anatomy. Tuition $150.00. 

Pathology (neurological): This course is designed to aid in meeting the re- 
quirements of the specialty boards in neurological sciences and covers basic studies 
in diseases of the central nervous system. Duration is sLx months, full time. 
Tuition: $200.00 plus $10.00 laboratory fee. 



82 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Gynecology and Obstetrics "A": This is a review for general practitioners. 
Duration is eighteen hours each of gynecology and obstetrics per week for twelve 
weeks. Tuition: $150.00. 

Gynecology, Oncology and Female Urology "B": This is a review designed 
primarily for the general practitioner. Duration is ten weeks, full time. Tuition 
$125.00. 

A course in Basic Sciences as They Apply to Gynecology and Obstetrics 
is being inaugurated in October, 1948. This course is a review of the fundamentals 
of the basic sciences as they apply to Gynecology and Obstetrics and recent ad- 
vances in these fields. This course has been approved by the Post Graduate 
Survey Committee of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecolog>% and may 
be presented for six months' credit towards certification by the Board. Duration 
is 20 weeks full time; tuition: $300.00. 

Full descriptions of these courses are available. 

Inquiries should be addressed to the Post Graduate Committee, University of 
Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore 1, Maryland. 



ORGAXIZATIOX OF THE CURRICULUM 



83 



FIRST YEAR SCHEDULE 
FIRST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 16, 1948 TO JANUARY 22, 1949 



Hours I 

9.00 I 

to i 

12.00 ! 

12.00 i 

to j 

1.00 I 

1.00 { 

10 I 

5.00 ! 



Monday I Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday j Friday 


Saturday 


•Histology and 

Embryology 

11-12 lecture 

Bressler I 


Orientation 

(Sept. 22-Oct. 6) 

9-10 

Adm. 1 


•Histology and 

Embryology 

11-12 lecture 

Bressler 2 


Grosi Anatomy 
A. H. 9-11 


Lunch 




Gross Anatomy 
Lectures AM. (1-2) Daily and Laboratories Bressler 1 (2-5) Daily 





Course ends December 22, 1948. 

SECOND SEMESTER, JANUARY 24 TO JUNE 4, 1949 



Houn 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thuraday 


Friday 


Saturday 




Laboratory 


Laboratory 


Laboratory 


Laboratory 


Neuro- Anatomy 
Laboratory 


Neuio- Anatomy 
Laboratory 


9.00 














to 
12.00 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 








Sect. A 


Sect. B 


Sect. A 


Sect. B 






12.00 
to 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 


Lunch 




1.00 














1.00 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 


Biol. Chem. 




to 
2.00 


Adm. 1 


Adm. 1 


Adm. 1 


Adm. 1 


Adm. 1 




2.00 
to 

3.00 


Neuro- 
physiology 
Bressler 2 


Neuro- 
physiology 
Bressler 2 


Biol. Chem, 

Conference 

Adm. 1 


Gross 
Anatomy 
Adm. 1 
Feb. 10 

to 
Mar. 31 


Biol. Chem. 

Conference 

Adm. 1 




3.00 




Gross 
Anatomy 

Adm. I 


Psychiatry 
(5-5) 
C.H. 


(3-4) 

First Aid 

C E 




10 

5.00 




Feb. 8 
to 

Apr. 5 


Neuro- Anatomy 

Apr. 15 

Laboratory 


January 28 
to April 1 





Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm. 1 — First Floor, Administration Building, Lombard and Greene Streets. 
A. H. — Anatomical Hall — Upper Hall, N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
C. H. — Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Biological Chemistry Laboratory — Third Floor, 31 South Greene Street. 
Bressler Research Laboratory— 29 S. Greene Street. 
Gross Anatomy — First Floor. 
Histology and Embryology — Second Floor. 
Neuro-anatomy — Second Floor. 

llid-Year ExamiiuUiotu— January 17-22, 1949 
Pinal EMminaiioru—May 23-28, 1949 



SECOND YEAR SCHEDULE 

FIRST SEMESTER, SEPTEMBER 16, 1948 TO JANUARY 22, 1949 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 
9.30 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 


Medicine 
Bressler 2 


Physiology 
Bressler 2 




Psychiatry 


9.30 

to 

10.30 


Physiology 
Conference 
Bressler 2 


Bacteriology 
Adm. 1 




Pharmacology 
. Bressler 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


(9-11) 
Adm. 1 


10.30 

to 
12.30 


tBacteriology 
Laboratory 


Neurological 

Diagnosis 

C.H. 




12.30 


Lunch 




1.00 

to 

5.00 


Pharm. Lect. (1-2) Bressler 2 

Pharmacology Laboratory 

B i A 

Physiology Laboratory 

A 1 B 




Pharmacology Laboratory 

(1 to 4) 

B 1 A 

Physiology Laboratory 

A 1 B 





t Bacteriology Laboratory — Section work during the last month. 

SECOND SEMESTER. JANUARY 24 TO JUNE 4, 1949 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 

to 
9.30 


Surgery 
Bressler 2 


Surgery 
Bressler 2 


Surgical 
Anatomy 
Bressler 2 


Medical Clinic 
Amp. 


Physical 
Diagnosis 

Adm. 1 
7 lectures 




9.30 

to 
10.30 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 


Surgical 
Anatomy 
Laboratory 

Bressler 1 


Pharmacology 
Bressler 2 




10.30 

to 
11.30 


Pathology 

c.n. 


Pathology 
C.E. 


Pathology 
C.E. 


Pathology 
C. 11. 




11.30 


Lunch 




12.00 

to 

2.00 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Immunology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 


Pathology 
Laboratory 




2.00 

to 
3.00 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Adm.l 


i| Immunologj' 
Laboratory 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sut. A 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

Sect. B 

(3.00-5.00) 

U. E. D. 


Pharmacology 

Laboratory 

Sect. B 

Physical 

Diagnosis 

Sect. A 

(3.00-5.00) 

U. E. D. 




3.00 
to 

5.00 


Surgical 

Anatomy 

Laboratory 

Bressler 1 


Optional period 
Pathology 

Immunology 





Immunology Laboratory — Section work during last two months. 

Locations of Lecture Halls and Laboratories: 
Adm. 1— First floor, Administration Building, Lombard and Greene Streets, 
C. H. — Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Amp. — Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre, New University Hospital, Greene and Redwood Streets, Eighth Floor. 

U. H. D.— University Hospital Dispensary, Old Hospital Building. 
Laboratories: 

Physiology, Pharmacology, Surgical Anatomy— Bressler Building. 
Bacteriologj', Immunology, Pathology, Second Floor, 31 S. Greene Street. 
Mid-Year Examirtatiotts— January 17-22, 1949 



ORGANIZATION OF TEE CURRICULUM 



85 



THIRD YEAR SCHEDULE 
SEPTEMBER 16, 1948 TO JUNE 4, 1949 



SCHEDULE 1 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


8.30 

to 
9.20 


(Whole Class) 

Obstetrics 

C.H. 

tGynecology 

Mar. 21 to 
May 9 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 

C.n. 


(Whole Class) 

Obstetrics 

C.H. 

tGynecology 

Mar. 23 to 

May 11 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 
C.H. 


(Whole Class) 
Patholog>- 

C.n. 


(Whole Class) 
Surgery 

C.n 

tAnaesthesiology 

Mar. 12 to May U 

Amp. 


9.30 

to 
10.00 


Transfer to Baltimore City Hospitals 


10.00 

to 
12.00 


Physical Diagnosis, Pathology, Neurology and Pediatrics at B. C. H. 


12.00 
to 
1.00 


Transfer 

and 

Lunch 


Transfer 

and 

Lunch 


Lunch 


Transfer 

and 

Lunch 

(Whole Class) 

Clinical 

Pathology 

Bressier 2 


Lunch 




1.00 

to 

2.00 


(Whole Class) 

Noae & Throat, 

Urology, 

Otology, 

Proctology, 

Plastic Surgery 

C.n. 


(Whole Class) 

•Gynecology 

tEye— 10 wks. 

Jan. 27 to 

Apr. 6 

tOncoJogy 

—5 wks. 

Apr. 13 to 

May n 

C.H. 


Medical 
Clinic 

B. C. H. 


Obstetrical 
Clinic 

B. C. H. 




2.00 

to 
4.C« 


(Whole Class) 

Pathology Laboratory 

31 


Surgery 

Pediatrics 
B. C. H. 


(Whole Class) 

Clinical 

Pathology 

Laboratory 
Br£s:leY 5 


Surgery 

Pediatrics 
B. C. H. 




4.00 
to 

s.oo 


(Whole Class) 

•Physical 

Diagnosis, 

tPsychiatry, 

fLegal Medicine 

C.H. 


(Whole Class) 
Hygiene and 
PubUc Health 

C.H. 


Orthopaedics 

Roentgenology 

B. C. U. 


Orthoi>aedics 
B. C. H. 





• First Semester. 



t Second Semester. 



86 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 



THIRD YEAR SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 16, 1948 TO JUNE 4, 1949 



SCHEDULE 2 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 




(Whole Class) 


(Whole Class) 


(Whole Class) 


(Whole Class) 


(Whole Class) 


(Whole Class) 


8.30 


Obstetrics 


Surgery 


Obstetrics 


Surgery 


Pathology 


Surgery 


C.H. 


C.H. 


C.H. 


C.H. 


C.H. 


C.H. 


9.20 


tGyn ecology 




tGynecology 






Anaesthesiology 


Mar. 21 to 




xMar. 23 to 






Mar. 12 to May 14 




May 9 




May 11 






Amp. 


9.30 


Pediatrics 


•Medicine 


•Medicine 


•Therapeutics 


•Medicine 


Neurology 


to 
10.20 


C.H. 


C.H. 


C.H. 


C.H. 


C.H. 


C.H. 


10.30 




Operative Surgery — Bressler 6 






to 

12.30 




Medical and Surgical Dispensaries 


— (Univ. and Mercy Sections) 




12.30 












to 




Lunch 








1.00 












1.00 






Medical 








to 






Clinic 








2.00 






Amp. 










Ophthalmoscopy 










(5 weeks) 








2.00 


Sam 


e as 


B. E. H. 


Same as 


Psychiatry 
Dermatology 




to 


Schec 


lulel 


Obstetrics 

(5 weeks) 


Schedule 1 


U. H. Disp. 




4.00 






Univ. Hosp. Disp. 



Otology (5 wks.) 

Univ. Hosp. 

J-C 








4.00 

to 
5.00 




Obstetrics 
Br. 2 





• Pediatrics, January 11 to 14 and May 10 to 13, 1949. 

The Junior Class will be divided into two sections — A and B. Each section reports to classes in keeping with the 
following schedule assignment, in which the letters represent the class sections and the niunerals indicate the schedules to 
be followed for the periods shown. 

Schedule Assignment 
Periods Sections and Schedules 

September 16, 1948 to January 15, 1949 A-1, B-2 

January 24 to May 14, 1949 » B-1, A-2 

Locations of Lecture Halls, etc. 

A. H.— Anatomical Hall, Upper Hall, N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Amp.— Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre, New University Hospital, Eighth Floor. 

B. C. H.— Baltimore City Hosps., 4940 Eastern Ave. 

B. E. H.— Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital, 1214 Eutaw Place. 
Bressler— Bressler Building, 29 S. Greene Street. 

C. H.— Chemical Hall, Lower Hall, N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Univ. Hosp. — New University Hospital, Greene and Redwood Streets. 
U. H. Disp.— Old Hospital Building, S. W. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
31—31 South Greene Street. 

Clinical Pathology Laboratory— Fifth Floor, Bressler Building. 
Pathology Laboratory— 31 South Greene Street, Special Rooms, Basement. 

Mid-Year Examinations— January 17-22, 1949 
Final Examinations— May 16-28, 1949 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 



87 



FOURTH YEAR SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 16, 1948 TO JUNE 4, 1949 
UNIVERSITY SECTION 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 


Saturday 


9.00 

to 

11.00 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 
Surgery 
Obstetrics 
Pediatrics 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 

Surgery 

Gynecology 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 
Surgery 
Obstetrics 
Pediatrics 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 

Surgery 

Gynecology 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 
Surgery 
Obstetrics 
Pediatrics 


Ward Classes 

Medicine 
Surgery 
Gynecology 
Pediatrics 


11.00 

to 
12.00 


Clinical 
Clerkships 


Ward Work 


CUnical 
Pathological 
Conference 

C.H. 


Surgical 
Clinic 

Amp. 


Medical 
Clinic 

Amp. 


Pediatric 
Clinic 

Amp. 


12.00 

to 

2.00 


Dispensary 
Lunch 


Dispensary 
Lunch 


Dispensary 
Lunch 


Dispensary 
Lunch 


Dispensary 
Lunch 


(12-1) 

Orthopaedic 

Cliiic 

Amp. 


2.15 

to 

3.15 


Dermatology 

Clinic 

1st time 

Full Class 

Amp. 
thereafter 
University 
Dispensary 


Neurology 
Clinic 

Amp. 


Eye and Ear 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


Obstetrical 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


Hygiene and 
Public Health 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


(1-2) 
Dermatology 

Amp. 




Ward Classes 

See special 

schedule 

Medical School 

bulletin board 


Ward Classes 


Ward Classes 


Ward Classes 


Ward Classes 






Medicine 




Therapeutics 


Neurology 


Medical Section 


3.30 

to 
5.00 


Proctology 


Urology 
Amp. 


Nose and 
Throat 


Orthopaedic 
Surgery 
{Kernan 
Hospital) 


Surgical Section 




Oncology 

(3.30-4.30) 

Amp. 


Eye and Ear 




Psychiatry 
Amp. 


Special Section 



University Sections on Medicine and Gynecology report at 8.30. 

The Senior Class is divided into two sections, which report, one at Lombard and Greene Streets, the other at Calvert 
and Saratoga Streets for one semester each, then rotate. 

Each section of the class is divided into three groups— Medical, Surgical, and Special. These groups will rotate on 
the following dates: 

First Semester Second Semester 

1st period Sept. 16-Oct. 23 1st period Jan. 24-Feb. 26 

2nd period Oct. 25-Nov. 27 2nd period Feb. 28-Apr. 2 

3rd period Nov. 29-Jan. 15 3rd period Apr. 4-May 7 

C. H.— Chemical Hall— N. E. Cor. Lombard and Greene Streets. 
Amp.— Wilson Memorial Amphitheatre — New University Hospital. 
Room 34 — Second floor, Calvert and Saratoga Streets. 
Univ. Section Dispensary schedule posted in Old Hospital Bldg. 

Mid Year ExamiruUions— January 17-22, 1949 
Firtal Examinations— May 9-14, 1949 



88 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 



FOURTH YEAR SCHEDULE 

SEPTEMBER 16, 1948, TO JUNE 4, 1949 

MERCY SECTION 



Hours 


Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday | Saturday 

1 




9.00 

to 

10.00 


Clinical 
Clerkships 


Surgical 
Pathology or 
Chest Surgery 

Room 34 


Clinical 
Pathological 
Conference 

Room 34 


Surgical 
CUnic 

Room 34 


Medical 
Clinic 

Room 34 


Pediatric 
CUnic 

Room 34 






Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 1 Medical 
Ward Work Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 


Medical 
Ward Work 




10.00 
to 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group A 


Medical ! Medical 
Dispensary Dispensary 

Group B Group A 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group B 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group A 


Medical 
Dispensary 

Group B 


Medical 
Section 


12.00 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Ward Work 


Surgical 
Section 




•Pediatrics 


Gynecology 
•Pediatrics 


•Pediatrics 


Gynecology 
•Pediatrics 


•Pediatrics 


•Pediatrics 


Special 
Section 




Lunch 
Dispensary 


Lunch 
Dispensary 


Lunch 
Dispensary 


Lunch 
Dispensary 


Lunch 
Dispensary 


(12-1) 

Orthopaedic 

Clinic 

Room 34 






Neurology 


G.L 


Neurology 


G.L 


Neurology 


Medical A 




Orthopaedic 


Dermatology 


Orthopaedic 


Dermatology 


Orthopaedic 


(1-2) 
Dermatology 


Medical B 


12.00 

to 

2.00 


G.U. 


G.U. 


Follow up 
Surgical Clinic 


G.U. 


G.U. 




Surgical A 


N. &T. 


Proctology 


N. &T. 


Proctology 


N. & T. 




Surgical B 




Pediatrics 

(U.H.) 




Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 




Special A 




Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 




Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 

(U.H.) 


Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 




Special B 


Dermatology 
Clinic 
1st time 
2.15 Full Class 
to Amp. 
3.15 1 thereafter 
: University 
Dispensary 


Neurology 
Clinic 

Room 34 


Eye and Ear 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 


Obstetrical 
Clinic 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hcsp.) 

Amp. 


Hygiene and 
Public Health 

(Full Class at 
Univ. Hosp.) 

Amp. 








Medicine 


G.L 


Medicine 


Neurology 




Medical 
Section 


^;^° 1 See Special 
5^2q Schedule 


Orthopaedics 


N. & T. 


Proctology 


Roentgenology 




Surgical 
Section 






Pediatrics t Public Health 


Pediatrics 
(U.H.) 


Psvchiatry 
(U.H.) 




Special 
Section 



Mercy Pediatrics Group 

Here for Dispensary and Thursday 3:30 class— other 
times stay at Mercy. 



* The Special Section is divided into two groups: 
University Pediatrics Group 

The last 6 men are assigned to Mercy; the remainder 
report to University. Monday, Wednesday, Friday 
and Saturday 

9:00—10:00 Ward, University Hospital 
10:00—11:00 Lecture 5C 
11:00—12:00 Clinic— Amp. 
12:30— 2:00 Dispensary 
Thursday 

3:30— 5:00 Dr. Finkelstein— Amp. 
The Senior Class is divided into two sections, which report, one at Lombard and Greene Streets, the other at Calvert 
and Saratoga Streets for one samesier each, then rotate. 

Each section of the class is divided into three groups— Medical, Surgical, and Special. These groups will rotate on 



the following dates: 

First Semester 

1st period Sept. 16-Oct. 23 

2nd period Oct. 25-Nov. 27 

3rd period Nov. 29-Jan. 15 



Second Semester 

1st period Jan. 24-Feb. 26 

2nd period Feb. 2S-Apr. 2 

3rd period Apr. 4-May 7 



GILiDUATES 



89 



UNIVERSITY OF AIARYLAND SCHOOL OF ]^>IEDICINE 
AND COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

GRADUATES, JUNE 5, 1948 



Alecce, Angelo Andrew, 5.5'. .Maryland 

Allison, George Malcolm Illinois 

Aponte, Joseph Louis Puerto Rico 

AuLD, David Maryland 

Baker, Frank William, Jr Maryland 

Beyer, David Henry Minnesota 

BisANAR, James Milton . . North Carolina 
BoKD, Don.ald Bvckey,A.B.. . Maryland 
Bronstein, Eugene Leonard. New York 
BucFN'ESS, John Micii.ael, A.B.. Maryland 

Bullock, John Boyd Virginia 

Bulluck, Matt Heyer. . . . North Carolina 

Chamovitz, Robert Pennsylvania 

Chelton, Alice Katherine Graybill 

West Virginia 
CONDRON, James Frank .... Pennsylvania 
Crecraft, Harold James, A.B. 

Pennsylvania 
Dalton, James Breckenridge, Jr. 

Virginia 
Dempsey, Raymond Joseph, 5. .S. .Illinois 
DwYER, Frank Philip, Jr. . . Pennsylvania 

Ensor, Robert Ell wood Marjland 

GoLOMBEK, Leonard Harry .... Maryland 

Grant, Bowie Linn Maryland 

Green, James William Maryland 

Hamrick, George Vincent Maryland 

Hankins, John Rolant) Virginia 

Heldrich, Frederick Joseph, Jr., A.B. 

Maryland 
Hoback, Florence Kunst, A.B. 

West Virginia 
Hob.art, Richard Loren, Jr. 

District of Columbia 
HoLLOw^AY, William Jackson. . .Mary-land 
Insley, Marion Clarence, Jr. . Maryland 

Kastner, Lee Norman Maryland 

Kaufman, Raymond Henry . . . New York 
Kemp, Katherint: Virdin, A.B.. Maryland 
Kennedy, Carl Hubert, jR.Pennsylvania 
Leograndis, Stephen Cosmos 

Massachusetts 

Lithgow, Charles Henry Maryland 

Mack, Harry Patterson .... New York 

Mallis, Nicholas Maryland 

Matthews, Burton Vincent, A.B. 

Marvland 



Matthews, Roland Dellwood 

North CaroHna 

McCauley, Betty Jane, B.S Maryland 

McCrumb, Fred Rodgers, Jr. . . Maryland 
MoHLER, Donald Ignatius, Jr. . Maryland 
Newell, Edward Alphonso .... !\Iaryland 
NiswANDER, Guy Donald. .W^est Virginia 
Nolan, Paul Vernon, B.S. 

North Carohna 
Padussis, Stephen Konstant. . . Maryland 
Petersen, Phyllis Ann, A .B.. . . Maryland 

Pl.att, Julian Jay Maryland 

Powt:ll, Albert Milton, Jr. . . . Maryland 
Redding, Joseph Stafford, A.B. 

North Carohna 

Rhynt:, Jimmie Lee North Carolina 

Rodriguez, Edsel Antonio. .Puerto Rico 

Rudolph, Robert I.^e Ohio 

ScHERR, Merle Sundrell. .West Virginia 
Schwartz, Benson Charles. . . . Maryland 

Shell, John Robert Virginia 

Silverman, Benjamin K., yl..B.. Maryland 
Silverstein, Daniel Lewis. . . .Maryland 
Siwtnski, Th.addeus Charles, A.B. 

Maryland 
Smelser, Rennert Marquette . Maryland 

Snyder, W^illiam Allen Maryland 

Stahl, Robert Ray Pennsylvania 

Swisher, Kyle Young, Jr. West Virginia 

Tarr, Norm.an Maryland 

Tate, Allen Denny, Jr., B.S. 

North Carolina 
Theuerkauf, Frank Joseph, Jr. 

Pennsylvania 
Thomas, Clyde D.\na, jR..W'est Virginia 

Thuss, William Getz, Jr Alabama 

Walters, Hezekiah G., Jr., A.B. 

North Carohna 
Ware, Charles Ingersoll. .New Jersey 
Waterman, Roger Sherman 

Pennsylvania 
Welborn, James Todd, B.S. 

North Carolina 

Whitehorn, Clark Allan Michigan 

Wilson, John Dean Pennsylvania 

Womack, William Spengler Virginia 

Young, John Paul Maryland 



HONORS 

University Prize Gold ]Medal 

John Roland Hankins 

Certificates of Honor 



Charles Harry Lithgow 
Frank Joseph Theuerkauf, Jr. 



W'illi.am Getz Thuss, Jr. 
Fred Rodgers McCrumb, Jr. 



Kyle Young Swisher, Jr. 



90 THE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

INTERNSHIPS— GRADUATES OF JUNE 5, 1948 
July 1, 1948-June30, 1949 



Alecce, Axgelo Andrew St. Joseph's Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Allison, George Malcolm Illinois Masonic Hospital, Chicago, 111. 

Aponte, Joseph Louis Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Auld, Davtd University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Baker, Frank William, Jr St. Joseph's Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Beyer, David Henry U. S. Naval Hospital, Bremerton, Wash. 

BiSANAR, James Milton University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Bond, Donald Buckey Baltimore City Hospitals, Baltimore, Md. 

Bronstein, Eugene Leonard Queens General Hospital, Jamaica, N. Y. 

Buchness, John Michael Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Bullock, John Boyd Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Va. 

BuLLUCK, Matt Heyer New York Polyclinic Hospital, New York, N. Y. 

Chamomtz, Robert Montefiore Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Chelton, Alice Graybill Marine Hospital, Detroit, Mich. 

CoNDRON, James Frank St. Mary's Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Crecraft, Harold James U. S. Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, 111. 

D ALTON, James Breckenridge, Jr. 

Medical College of Virginia Hospital, Richmond, Virginia 

Dempsey, Raymond Joseph St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago, 111. 

Dwyer, Frank Philip, Jr St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Ensor, Robert Ellwood Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

GoLOMBEK, Leonard Harry West Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Grant, Bo\^te Linn West Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Green, James William Harrisburg Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Hamrick, George Vincent Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Hankins, John Roland University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Heldrich, Frederick Joseph, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

HoBACK, Florence Kunst St. Mary's Hospital, Huntington, W. Va. 

HoBART, Richard Loren, Jr.. .Central Dispensary & Emergency Hospital, Wash., D. C. 

Hollo WAY, William Jackson University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Insley, Marion Clarence, Jr. . . South Baltimore General Hsopital, Baltimore, Md. 

Kastn'er, Lee Norman Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Kaufman, Raymond Henry, Jr Beth Israel Hospital, New York City, N. Y. 

Kemp, Katherine Virdin West Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Kennedy, Caul Hubert, Jr Episcopal Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Leograndis, Stephen Cosmos Cooper Hospital, Camden, New Jersey 

Lithgow, Charles Harry United States Marine Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Mack, Harry Patterson University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Mallis, Nicholas University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Matthews, Burton Vincent Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Matthews, Rolant> Dellwood Watts Hospital, Durham, N. C. 

McCauley, Elisabeth Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McCrumb, Fred Rodgers, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

MoHLER, Donald Ignatius, Jr Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Newell, Edward Alphonso .... South Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 
NiswANDER, Guy Donald Cincinnati General Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio 



INTERNSHIPS 1948-1949 91 

Nolan, Paul Vernon Tampa Municipal Hospital, Davis Island, Tampa, Fla. 

Padussis, Stephen Konstant St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Petersen, Phyllis Ann University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Platt, Julian Jay United States Marine Hospital, Galveston, Texas 

PowTELL, Albert Milton, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Redding, Joseph Stafford Rey Hospital, Raleigh, N. C. 

Rhyne, Jimmie Lee Roper Hospital, Charleston, S. C. 

Rodriguez, Edsel Antonio St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Rudolph, Robert Lee University Hospital, Columbus, Ohio 

Scherr, Merle Sundrell Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Schwartz, Benson Charles Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Shell, John Robert Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Silx'erman, Benjamin K Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

SiLVERSTEiN, Daniel Lewis Wcst Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

SiwiNSKi, Thaddeus Charles Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Smelser, Rennert Marquette Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Snyder, William Allen United States Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va. 

Stahl, Robert Ray Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Swisher, Kyle Young, Jr University Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Tarr, Norm-\n Marine Hospital, U. S. Public Health Service, Baltimore, Md. 

Tate, Allen Denny, Jr Episcopal Hospital, Phila., Pa. 

Theuerkauf, Frank Joseph, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Thomas, Clytde Dana, Jr Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Thuss, William Getz, Jr.. .Grace-New Haven Community Hospital, New Haven, Conn. 

Walters, Hezeki.ah G., Jr Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

Ware, Ch.arles Ingersoll Atlantic City Hospital, Atlantic City, N. J. 

Waterman, Roger Sherman United States Marine Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio 

Welborn, James Todd Charlotte Memorial Hospital, Charlotte, N. C. 

Whitehorn, Clark Allen Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit, Mich. 

Wilson, John Dean United States Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Mass. 

WOMACK, William Spengler Bon Secours Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

YoL^'G, John Paul West Baltimore General Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

MATRICULATES 

SENIOR CLASS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1947 TO JUNE 5, 1948 

Alecce, Angelo .Ant)Rew, B.S., Loyola College, 1945 Maryland 

Allison, George Malcolm, Marquette University Illinois 

Aponte, Joseph Louis, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

AuLD, David, Sii'arthmore College Mar>iand 

Baker, Fr,\nk William, Jr., University of Chicago Maryland 

Beyer, David Henry, Cornell University Alinnesota 

BiSANAR, James Milton, Davidson College North Carohna 

Bond, Donald Buckey, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1938 Maryland 

Bronstein, Eugene Leon.ard, Emory University New York 

BucHNESS, John Michael, A.B., Loyola College, 1944 Maryland 

Bullock, John Boyd, University of Richmond \'irginia 

Bulluck, Matt Heyer, Guilford College North Carolina 

Chamovitz, Robert, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

Chelton, Alice Katherine Graybill, University of Chicago West Virginia 

CoNDRON, James Frank, Muhlenberg College Pennsylvania 

Crecraft, Harold James, A.B., Taylor University, 1944 Pennsylvania 

Dalton, J.ames Breckenridge, Jr., University of Richmond Virginia 



92 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE^ UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Dempsey, Raymond Josepu, B.S., University of Notre Dame, 1944 Illinois 

DvYYER, Frank Philip, Jr., Mt. St. Mary's College Pennsylvania 

Ensor, Robert Ell wood, Western Marylafid College Maryland 

GoLOMBEK, Leonard Harry, University of Maryland Maryland 

Grant, Bowie Linn, Potemac State Scliool of West Virginia Maryland 

Green, James William, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Hamrick, George Vincent, Washington University Maryland 

Hankins, John Roland, University of Virginia Virginia 

Heldrich, Frederick Joseph, Jr., A.B., Gettysburg College, 1945 Mar>'land 

HOBACK, Florence Kunst, A.B., West Virginia University, 1944 West Virginia 

HOBART, Richard Loren, Jr., Washington and Lee University District of Columbia 

Hollo WAY, William Jackson, Western Maryland College'. Maryland 

Insley, Marion Clarence, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Kastn^er, Lee Norman, University of Pennsylvania Maryland 

Kautm.\n, Raymond Henry, University of North Carolina New York 

Kemp, Katherine Verden', A.B., College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1943 Maryland 

Kennedy, Carl Hl^ert, Jr., University of Virginia Pennsylvania 

Leograndis, Stephen C, Duke University Massachusetts 

Lithgow, Charles Henry, Loyola College Maryland 

Mack, Harry Patterson, Washington University New York 

Mallis, Nicholas, Cornell University Maryland 

Matthews, Burton Vincent, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943; Carnell 

University Maryland 

Matthews, Roland Dell wood. University of North Carolina; University of North 

Carolina School of Medicine, September 1944-March 1946 North Carolina 

McCauley, Elisabeth, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Maryland 

McCrumb, Fred Rodgers, Jr., Loyola College Maryland 

MoHLER, Donald Ignatius, Jr., Loyola College Mar>'land 

NE^VELL, Edward Alphonso, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Niswander, Guy Donald, University of Michigan West Virginias 

Nolan, Paul Vernon, B.S. in Medicine, University of North CarolUta, 1945; 

University of North Carolina School of Medicine, September 1944-March 1946 

North Carolina 

Padussis, Stephen Koi:sTANT, University of Maryland Maryland 

Petersen, Phyllis An-n, A.B., University of Michigan, 1943 Mary^land 

Platt, Julian Jay, Loyola College Maryland 

Powell, Albert Milton, Jr., University of North Carolina Maryland 

Redding, Joseph Stafford, A.B., University of North Carolina, 1943; University 

of North Carolina School of Medicine, September 1944-March 1946. .North Carolina 

Rhyne, Jtmmue Lee, University of North Carolina North Carolina 

Rodriguez, Edsel Antonio, College of the Holy Cross Puerto Rico 

Rudolph, Robert Lee, Ohio University Ohio 

^Saneord, William Gordon, University of North Carolina, University of North 

Carolina School of Medicine, September 1944-March 1946 North Carohna 

ScHERR, Merle Sundrell, West Virginia University West Virginia 

ScHW^ARTZ, Benson Charles, University of Maryland Maryland 

Shell, John Robert, University of Richmond Virginia 

Silverman, Benjamin K., A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1947 Maryland 

SiLVERSTEEsr, Daniel Lewis, Loyola College Maryland 

Si\\tnski, Thaddeus Charles, A.B., Loyola College, 1944 Mar>dand 

Smelser, Rennert Marqlt:tte, University of Maryland Mar3dand 

Snyder, William Allen, The Johns Hopkins University Marjdand 

Stahl, Robert Ray, University of New Hampshire Pennsylvania 

Swisher, Kyle Young, j r., Bethany College West Virginia 

Tarr, Norman, Washington College Maryland 

Tate, Allen Denny, Jr., B.S. in Medicine, University of North Carolina, 1945; 

University of North Carolina School of Medicine, September 1944-March 

1946 North Carolina 

Theuerkauf, Frank Joseph, Jr., Villa Maria College Pennsylvania 

Thomas, Clyde Dana, Jr., Bethany College V/est Virginia 

1 Certified on June 7, 1948 for graduation. Diploma will be awarded September 15, 
1948. 



MATRICULATES 93 

Thuss, Wii>liam Getz, Jr., Emory University Alabama 

Walters, Hezekiah G., Jr., A.B., University of North Carolina, 1944. . . .North Carolina 

Ware, Charles Ingersoll, Wake Forest College New Jersey 

Waterman, Roger Sherman, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

Welboen, James Todd, B.S., Davidson College, 1944; University of North Carolina 

ScJu)ol of Medicine, Septeinber 1944-March 1946 North Carolina 

Whitehorn, Clark Allan, The Johns Hopkins University Michigan 

Wilson, John Dean, Bethany College Pennsylvania 

WoMAc:c, Willlam Spengler, Emory and Henry College Virginia 

Young, John Paul, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

JUNIOR CLASS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1947 TO JUNE 5, 1948 

Abraham, Robert Auman, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1945 Pennsylvania 

Bachman, Leonard, B.S., Franklin a}id Marshall College, 1946 Maryland 

Barnard, John William, B.S., Milligan College, 1937 Maryland 

Belkin, Joseph William, College of the Holy Cross Connecticut 

Benjamin, William Philip, A.B., Brooklyn College, 1943 New York 

Bennett, Sara Elizabeth, A.B., Randolph- Macon, 1930; University of North 

Carolina School of Medicine, September 1945- June 1947 North Carolina 

Blunt)ELL, Albert Edward, Temple University Utah 

BRAoroED, Edward, West Virginia College; University of North Carolina; University 

of North Carolina School of Medicine, September 1945- Jtme 1947 Georgia 

Cline, James Alexander, III, University of Pennsylvania Nebraska 

Deringer, Florence Hurtt, B.S., Washington College, 1945 Maryland 

Ensor, Wilmer Clifton, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1945 Maryland 

Eubanks, Otha Albert, Jr., Duke University North Carolina 

FoRMAN, Robert Blaine, University of Oregon Oregon 

Fravel, Chajlles Richard, Cornell University Virginia 

Gill, Joseph Edward, Union College Pennsylvania 

Gorten, Martin Klaus, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1943 New Jersey 

Gray, Harry Williams, Dnke University Maryland 

GuiDO, Angelina, A..B., West Virginia University, 1945; West Virginia University, 

School of Medicine, September 1945- June 1947 West Virginia 

H.ARRis, James Radcliffe, Temple University Pennsylvania 

Henderson, Charles Thomas, The Johns Hopkins University Illinois 

Hl*mphreys, Charles Wesley, Jr., Duke University District of Columbia 

Knabe, George Willi.\m, Jr., The Johns Hopkins University ]\Iichigan 

LEwas, Thomas Earl, Pennsylvania State College Pennsylvania 

Lock, Burton Vernon, The' Johns Hopkins University ^Maryland 

London, Nathaniel Jacob, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Longley, George Henry, University of Minnesota ^Maryland 

Lukens, James Thomas, Vanderbilt University Pennsylvania 

Malcarney, Alberta Rose, A.B., University of Southern California, 1944. . . .California 

Mattax, Harry McCoy, Western Maryland College Maryland 

Matthews, Mary Elizabeth, B.S., North Carolina State 1936; M.S., University 
of North Carolina, 1945; University of North Carolina, School of Medicine, 

Sept. 1945-Jwie 1947 North Carolina 

May, Homer Woodrow, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1944 Pennsylvania 

McCORD, Charles Frederic, Pennsylvania State College Indiana 

Middleton, Edmund Bishop, The Johns Hopkins University Rhode Island 

Miller, Max Jay, University of Richmond ^Maryland 

MoYER, John LEW^s, III, University of Minnesota Pennsylvania 

Neumayer, Francis, University of Maryland Pennsylvania 

Newell, Josephine Evelyn, University of the State of South Carolina .... North Carolina 

NiCKLAS, Gilbert Lee, B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1946 Maryland 

Panzarella, John Henry, Fordham University New York 

Parelhoff, Merrill Elliott, University of Maryland Maryland 

Pittman, Robert Raik:es, A.B., Wake Forest College, 1937; University of North 

Carolina, School of Medicine, September 19 15- June 1947 North Carolina 

Pleet, Jerome, Stanford University, University of Texas School of Medicine, Sep- 
tember 1945-May 1946 Maryland 

Raskin, Howard Frank, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 



94 TEE SCHOOL OP MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Riddel, Clifford Thurston, Jr., A.B., Bridgewater College, 1933 Virginia 

RoEHRiG, Charles Burns, Vanderhilt University Massachusetts 

Rosen, Robert Reuben, A.B., University of North Carolina, 1945; University of 

North Carolina, School of Medicine, September 1945- June 1947 . . . .North Carolina 

Sarewitz, Albert Bernard, University of Pennsylvania New Jersey 

ScHER, Jordan Mayer, A.B., Wesleyan University, 1946 Maryland 

Schmale, Arthur Henry, Jr., Pennsylvania State College Nebraska 

ScHNAPER, Nathan, B.S., Washington College Maryland 

Schreiber, Richard David, Bethany College .' Illinois 

Sherrard, Margaret Lee, A.B., Seton Hill College, 1945 West Virginia 

Smith, Meredith Parks, St. Laurence University Minnesota 

Snider, Kenneth Bruce, University of Maryland Texas 

Spittel, John Allen, Jr., B.S., Franklin and Marshall College, 1944 Maryland 

Stahler, Earlin John, University of Maryland Pennsylvania 

Stanfield, El win Eugene, University of Pennsylvania California 

Steckler, Robert Joseph, A.B., Evansville College, 1943 Indiana 

Stevenson, Edward Ward, Duke University Virginia 

Strahan, John Franklin, Dtike University Maryland 

TiLLEY, Russell McFahlane, Jr., University of Rochester New York 

TiM.ANUS, James Kyner, Oherlin College Ohio 

Tramer, Arnold, University of Maryland Maryland 

Trettin, Gent: Douglas, Ursinus College Maryland 

Warnock, Robert George, Bates College Ohio 

Watson, Fr.\nk: Yandle, Duke University North Carolina 

Welch, Elbert Sylvester, Duke University Alabama 

Wolfe, Carolyn DeWitt, A.B., Hollins College, 1945 New Jersey 

Zeegler, John Bosley, A.B., Gettysburg College, 1942 Maryland 

SOPHOMORE CLASS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1947 TO JUNE 5, 1948 

Andersen, William Andrew, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Bacon, John Louis, Wagner College New York 

Bagley, Charles, B.S., Loyola College, 1945 Mar>-land 

Baumann, Wilbur Nelson, University of Maryland Maryland 

Bisgyer, Jay Lewis, University of Pennsylvania District of Columbia 

Bleecker, Harry Harlan, Jr., University of California California 

BoRGES, Francis Joseph, University of Maryland Mar>'land 

Bradshaw, Raymond, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Marj-land 

Bronushas, Joseph Benedict B., B.S., Loyola College, 1946 Mar>'land 

BuRKEY, Fred Jamison, St. Francis College Mar}'land 

Chelton, Louis Guy, Gettysburg College Mar>'land 

CoLLER, Jerome Joel, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1946 Mar\'land 

Corpenning, Tom Nye, University of North Carolina North Carolina 

CowEN, Joseph Robert, The Johns Hopkins University Maryland 

Cracraft, William Atkinson, B.S., Virginia Military Institute, 1939. . . .West Virginia 

Daly, Harold Lawrence, Jr., University of Maryland Mar>'land 

Deitz, Leonard Loeb, A.B., University of North Carolina, 1946 Maryland 

Demarest, Elinor Weed, A.B., Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 1946 Maryland 

Demarest, Lawrence Mann, B.S., Bowdoin College, 1945 New York 

Demmy, Nicholas, B.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1942 Peimsylvania 

Edmunds, Frederick Thomas, B.S., Hampden-Sydney College, 1941 West Virginia 

GooGiNS, Charles George, B.S., University of Maryland Kansas 

Gould, Virginia Marie, B.S., Nazareth College, 1941 New York 

Greenstein, George Herbert, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1941. . .Mar)-land 

Hamberry, Leonard Gerard, A.B., Loyola College, 1940 Maryland 

Hawkins, George Kenneth, B.S., Upsala College, 1943 New Jersey 

Healy, John Clauson, University of Connecticut Connecticut 

Henson, Stanley Willard, Jr., B.S., Oklahoma A. & M. College, 1945 Maryland 

Heuman, Philip Walter, B.S., University of Michigan, 1941 Maryland 

Hofsteter, Grace, College of Wooster Ohio 

Hoyt, Irvin Gorman, A.B., St. Johns College, Annapolis, 1939 Mar\-land 

HuFFER, Sarah Virginia, B.S., University of Maryland, 1940 Maryland 

Husted, Harriet Lamont, A.B., Wells College, 1944 New Jersey 



MATRICULATES 95 

Hyle, John Charles, B.S., Loyola College, 1942 Maryland 

Ibsen, M.ajc\\t:ll, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1939; A.M., University 

of Pennsylvania, 1940 Pennsylvania 

Itex, George Joseph, A.B., Goshen College, 1946 California 

Jenkds'S, S.^-\h Anetta, B.S., George Washington University, 1946 Maryland 

Jensen, Roy David, B.S., University of Nevada, 1941 Nevada 

Kasik, Frank Thomas, University of Maryland Maryland 

Kelley, Gordon William, University of Maryland Maryland 

Lewis, Thomas Franklin, Jr., A.B., Western Maryland College, 1941 Maryland 

LiCHTENBERG, JosEPH David, A.B., The Johns Hopkins University, 1943 Maryland 

Martin, George William, Jr., University of Delaware Delaware 

McElv.4in, Wilbert Harding, B.S., Grove City College, 1943 Pennsylvania 

Miller, Dorothea Anna, B.S., Washington College, 1946 Maryland 

Miller, Robert Eugene, A.B., Bridgewater College, 1943 Maryland 

Myers, Evangeline, A.B., West Virginia University, 1945; A.M., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1946 West Virginia 

NOGUERA, Julio Tomas, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

O'Malley, Joseph Edward, Colhy College Maryland 

Rev'er, William Benjamin, Jr., Cornell University Maryland 

Reynaud, Louis Favrot, Jr., Emory University. .: Illinois 

Rich.ardson, Paul Frederick, Baylor University Mar>'land 

Righetti, Milton Raymond, University of California California 

Roth, Oliver Ralph, University of Maryland Maryland 

RuBDc, Seymol-r Howard, A.B., Tlie Johns Hopkins University, 1946 Marj-land 

Rudy, Norman Edward, Fresno State College California 

S.^ndler, Robert, B.S., University of Maryland, 1943 Maryland 

Shamer, Miriam Abbott, A.B., GoucJier College, 1946 Maryland 

Shepherd, Frederick Parker, A.B., Syracuse University, 1935 Mar>dand 

Simmons, Frederic Rudolph, Jr., B.S., Loyola College, 1946 Maryland 

Sires, V\'illla.m Oscar, Western Maryland College Mar>'land 

Sklar, .^llen Leon, Western Maryland College Maryland 

^Smith, Boylston Dandridge, Jr., West Virginia University West Virginia 

Smith, IMorton, University of Maryland Maryland 

SosNOWSKi, .\nt)REW Raymond, B.S., Loyola College, 1945 Maryland 

Spaulding, Raymond Charles, Jr., B.S., John B. Stetson University, 1943 Florida 

St.artzman, Henry Hollingsworth, Jr., Loyola College ^Maryland 

Storm, Mary Elizabeth, A.B., Swarthmore College, 1946 Maryland 

SuLiLA., Casimir Michael, Loyola College Illinois 

Thib.^eau, Robert Torntdorff B.S., University of Maryland, 1945 Maryland 

Thompson, William Wesley, B.S., Washington College, 1938 Maryland 

Upton, Albert Louis, A.B., University of California, 1942 California 

Van Goor, Kornelius, Calvin College New Jersey 

ViCENS, Enrique A., University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

White, Fowler Felix, B.S., Trinity College, 1942 Connecticut 

Wilson, Clifford Edward, Jr., Bowdoin College Connecticut 

Wolf, Ernest Simon, University of Maryland Maryland 

Yeager, William Howard, Jr., B.S., University of Maryland, 1944 Maryland 

FRESHMAN CLASS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1947 TO JUNE 5, 1948 

Arthur, Robert Key, Jr., Mercer University Georgia 

Barthel, John Paul, Western Maryland College Mar\iand 

Beardsley, Earl Miller, University of Maryland Maryland 

Bell, Arthur Keith, A.B., Oberlin College, 1947 Maryland 

BiLDER, Joseph, Jr., B.S., University of Akron, 1944 Ohio 

^Bills, Wilson Leo, University of Maryland Maryland 

BiRELY, Be\t:rly Robert, University of Maryland Maryland 

Blades.. Nancy, A.B., Connecticut College, 1947 New Jersey 

Bossard, John Wesley, A.B., Duke University, 1947 Maryland 

^BowEN, Paul Allen, Mercer University Georgia 

Brannon, John V.\ndale, Fairmont College West Virginia 



^ Did not complete year. 



\ 



96 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

BuELL, John Russell, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Christopher, Russell Lee, A.B., Bowdoin College, 1947 Massachusetts 

Clemmens, Raymond Leopold, B.S., Loyola College, 1947 Maryland 

CoEFMAN, Kaohlin Miner, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1947 Pennsylvania 

Cohen, Solomon, A.B., University of Denver, 1947 Maryland 

CuRANZY, Raymond Ralph, Juniata College Pennsylvania 

Deckelbaum, Joseph, University of Maryland Mar}-land 

Dettbarn, Ernest Albert, B.S., Ratidolph-Macon, 1947 Maryland 

Donner, Leon, B.S., State Teachers College, 1942 Maryland 

Dudley, Winston Clark, A.B., Oberlin College, 1943 Massachusetts 

Dunn, George T^Iitchell, Jr., George Washington University District of Columbia 

Edwards, Davil' Everett, University of Maryland District of Columbia 

Edwards, William Hl^'Ter, Jr., A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1940 Maryland 

Esmond, Willl\m George, B.S., University of Maryland, 1940 Maryland 

Evans, Otis Druell, Jr., B.S., Davidson College, 1947 North Carolina 

Ferguson, Charles Kirkpatrick, Muskingum College Kansas 

Fitzgerald, Joseph Carroll, Middlebury College Maryland 

^Freeman, Horatio Putnam, B.S., Dickinson College, 1947 Maryland 

Fullilove, Jack, University of Georgia Georgia 

Gallaher, James Patrick, Ohio W^esleyan University West Virginia 

Garcia-Palmieri, Mario Ruben, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Gates, John Butler, University of Wisconsin Wisconsin 

^Glenn, George Waverly, University of Maryland Maryland 

Gordon, Benjamin Dichter, Connecticut College New York 

Hatem, Frederick Joseph, Georgetoivn University Maryland 

Hopkins, Robert Charles, B.S., Allegheny College, 1946 Pennsylvania 

^Hutchison, William Forrest, Emory University Florida 

Johnson, Frederick Miller, B.S., University of ^Maryland, 1943 District of Columbia 

Johnson, Wallace Edward, Wesleyan University New Hampshire 

2Karn, William Nicholas, Jr., Alfred University Maryland 

Kaschel, Paul Edward, A.B., Wheaton College, 1947 New Jersey 

Kindt, Willard Freed, Muhlenberg College Pennsylvania 

King, Victor Francis, University of Maryland Maryland 

Kipnis, David Morris, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1945 Mar}'land 

Knipp, Harry Lester, Loyola College Maryland 

Kramer, How.\rd Calvin, University of Maryland Maryland 

Lamb, William Eugene, B.S., University of Florida, 1947 Florida 

Lanning, Theodore Reuney, B.S., Springfield College New Jersey 

Leibman, Jack, A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1947 Maryland 

Ley, Leo Henry, Jr., St. Mary's College of Maryland Maryland 

Lister, Leon.ard Melvin, Loyola College Maryland 

Love, Robert George, B.S., Massachusetts State College, 1947 Massachusetts 

MacDonald, James Melvin, B.S., Loyola College, 1947 Maryland 

McFadden, Earl Boyd, B.S., University of Maryland, 1947 Maryland 

McFadden, John William, Mt. Union College Ohio 

McGrady, Charles W'INIfred, Jr., A.B., Emory University, 1947 Georgia 

Mendez-Bryan, Ricardo Tom.as, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Mosser, Robert Schaaf, University of Maryland Maryland 

Mutter, Arthur Zelig, Franklin '& Marshall Maryland 

Myers, Donald Johnson, B.S., Bethany College, 1934 Ohio 

Nygren, Edward Joseph, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1947 Maryland 

Orth, John Stambaugh, University of Maryland Maryland 

Packard, Douglas Richard, University of Maryland Maryland 

Pencheff, Dorris ^SLarie, A.B., University of California, 1946 California 

Perilla, Fr.\nk Robert, B.S., University of Maryland ^Maryland 

Perry, Henry David, Jr., A.B., Emory University, 1947 Florida 

Reeser, Guy McClelland, Jr., >1.5., Western Maryland College, 1947 Maryland 

Reeves, Henry Gray, Jr., B.S., Wake Forest College, 1947 North Carohna 

Reilly, Kathleen Margaret, B.S., Long Island University, 1947 New York 

Rex, Eugene Braiden, Vanderhilt College Colorado 



1 Did not complete year. 

2 Withdrew November 1, 1947. 



MATRICULATES 97 

Reynolds, Georgia, A.B., Western Maryland College, 1947 Maryland 

Rice, Robert Milton, B.S., Dickinson College, 19^7 Maryland 

RoMBRO, Marvin Jay, A.B., Bucknell University, 1947 Maryland 

Rowland, Harry Shepard, Jr., A.B., Wesleyan University, 1947 New Jersey 

Saavedra- Amador, Armando, University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 

Scott, Roger David, University of Virginia Florida 

Scully, John Thorsen, Indiana University Indiana 

Shea, William Harold Holland, B.S., Loyola College Maryland 

Sherry, Samuel Norman, University of Maryland Maryland 

Sipple, Edward N., Earlham College Maryland 

Skipton, Roy Kennedy, University of Maryland Maryland 

Solomon, David Milton, University of Maryland Maryland 

Stone, John Hoskins, University of Maryland Maryland 

Tobias, Richard Boyd, B.S., Bucknell University, 1947 Pennsylvania 

TwiGG, Homer Lee, Jr., University of Maryland Maryland 

Udel, Melvin, A.B., University of Maryland Maryland 

Valentine, Clarence Eldred, A.5., Washington College, 1943 Maryland 

Venrose, Robert James, A.B., University of Michigan, 1946 Ohio 

Watson, Charles Polk, Jr., A.B., West Virginia University, 1947 West Virginia 

Weekley, Robert Dean, B.S., Heidelberg College, 1947 Ohio 

WHEELAMaoHT, Harvey Pfarse, Brigham Young University Utah 

Williams, Charles Ray, A.B., Gettysburg College, 1947 Maryland 

^WoLFE, Harvey Edward, Lebanon Valley College Pennsylvania 

York, Shelley Clyde, Jr., B.S., Guilford College North Carolina 

Young, Calvin Lessey, A.B., Haverford College, 1947 Maryland 

SPECIAL STUDENTS 

John Shelby Metcalf California 

STUDENTS IN ART AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE 

Margaret Wetherill Wood, R.N Maryland 

INTRA MURAL POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS 
July 1, 1947 to June 30, 1948 

GeneR.^L Anatomy "A" Medical School 

Alberto Adam, M.D University of Maryland 

Robert Z. Berry, M.D University of Maryland 

Rowt:ll Connor Cloninger, M.D University of Maryland 

Isaac Gutman, M.D University of Maryland 

Robert B. McFadden, M.D University of Maryland 

Joseph H. Saunders, M.D Tulane University 

Frank Vanni, M.D N.Y. Medical College 

Surgical Anatomy "B" 

Vincent A. Cacace, M.D Loyola University, Chicago 

RowTLL Connor Cloninger, M.D University of Maryland 

Gordon Crabb, M.D P. & S. Columbia University 

Robert Louis Gibbs, M.D University of Maryland 

William H. Heath, Jr., M.D University of Tennessee 

Joseph R. Liberto, M.D University of Tennessee 

Rush E. Netterville, M.D Louisiana State University 

Norman Oliver, M.D Long Island College of Medicine 

Michael R. Ramundo, M.D University of Maryland 

Gynecology & Obstetrics 

Hugh B. Browt^j, Jr., M.D Medical College of Virginia 

Donald L. Ferris, M.D University of Rochester 

Harold F. Funsch, M.D St. Louis University 



Did not complete year. 



98 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Gynecology, Oncology and Female Urology 

Medical School 

Leonard J. Rabhan, M.D University of Georgia 

Pathology (Special) 

Wm. J. Bryson, jM.D University of Maryland 

Morris Burleson, M.D Duke University 

John P. Greene, M.D " Johns Hopkins University 

Wm. B. Hagan, M.D University of Maryland 

H. N. Kagan, M.D George Washington School of Medicine 

Wm. R. Raby, M.D University of Maryland 

James S. Thomison, M.D New York University 

Hugh Vazzana, M.D University of Maryland 

James Walker, M.D University of Maryland 

Isaac Wright, M.D University of Maryland 

EXTRA :\IUR.\L POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS 

PHYSICIANS ATTENDING 1947-1948 EXTENSION LECTURES 

Course Given at Prince George's Gent:ral Hospital, Cheverly, Maryland 

Albert L. Anderson, M.D Annapolis, Md. 

James E. Andrews, M.D Berwyn, Maryland 

J. P. Bean, M.D Great Mills, Maryland 

Joseph Berkenbilt, M.D Greenhelt, Md. 

Samuel Borssuck, M.D Annapolis, Maryland 

William Brainin, M.D Capitol Heights, Md. 

Irving Burka, M.D Washington, D. C. 

J. M. Byers, M.D Hyattsville, Md. 

Thomas A. Christensen, M.D College Park, Md. 

David S. Clayman, M.D Mt. Rainer, Md. 

Aaron Dietz, M.D Hyattsville, Md. 

William M. Eisner, M.D Greenhelt, Md. 

Wolcott L. Etienne, ]M.D Berwyn, Maryland 

Roland R. Fleischer, M.D Cheverly, Maryland 

Leslie H. French, Xi.t> Washington, D. C. 

Irvtn M. Grassgreen, M.D Mt. Rainer, Maryland 

Charles C. Hageage, M.D Mt. Rainer, Maryland 

George Hageage, M.D Cottage City, Maryland 

Leonard Hays, M.D Hyattsville, Maryland 

Lloyd Hughes, ALD Cheverly, Maryland 

Page C. Jett, M.D Prince Frederick, Maryland 

Louis M, Jimal, M.D Cottage City, Md. 

Julius Kauefman, M.D Bladensburg, Maryland 

Julian S. Lane, M.D Leonardtown, Maryland 

Oscar La vine, M.D Mt. Rainer, Maryland 

John T. Maloney, M.D Cheverly, Maryland 

Waldo B. Mayers, M.D College Heights, Md. 

Robert S. McCeney, M.D Laurel, Maryland 

George H. McLain, M.D Washington, D. C. 

Helene D. IVIichael, ]\LD University Park, Maryland 

Benjamin S. Miller, M.D Mt. Rainer, Maryland 

James Sasscer, M.D Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

Robert Sasscer, M.D Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

Paul Van Nutta, M.D Parkland, Maryland 

John M. Warren, M.D Laurel, Maryland 

George J. Weems, M.D Huntingtown, Maryland 

Hans Wodak, M.D Greenhelt, Maryland 

Course Given at University Hospital for Carroll-Howard County Groups 

S. Luther Bare, M.D Westminster, Maryland 

C. L. Billingslea, :^.1.D Westminster, Maryland 



MATRICULATES 99 

George E. Burgtorf, M.D Ellicott City, Maryland 

Wilbur H. Foard, M.D Manchester, Maryland 

J. Stanley Grabill, M.D Mt. Airy, Maryland 

Gertrude M. Gross, M.D Sykesville, Maryland 

Irene L. Hitchman, M.D Sykesville, Maryland 

Reuben Hoffman, M.D Henryton, Maryland 

Carl Wm. Jennette, M.D Westminster, Maryland 

Thomas Henry Legg, M.D Union Bridge, Maryland 

James T. Marsh, M.D Westminster, Maryland 

M. N. Mastin, M.D Sykesville, Maryland 

Frank E. Shipley, M.D Savage, Maryland 

W. Glenn Speicher, M.D Westminster, Maryland 

L. C. Stitely, M.D New Windsor, Maryland 

W. C. Stone, M.D Westminster, Maryland 

Robert Hay Taylor, M.D Sykesville, Maryland 

Charles S. Whitaker, M.D Clarksville, Maryland 

Elizabeth Winiarz, M.D Sykesville, Maryland 

WiTOLD Winiarz, M.D Sykesville, Maryland 

Lewis K. Woodward, Sr., M.D Westminster, Maryland 

Course Given at Washington County Hospital, Hagerstown, Maryland 

Henry Aldis, M.D Sharpshurg, Md. 

Jack H. Beachley, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

R. A. Bell, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Owen H. Binkley, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Lynn H. Brumback, M.D . Hagerstown, Md. 

William Dick Campbell, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Robert vanLiew Campbell, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Archie Robert Cohen, M.D Clear Spring, Md. 

Robert P. Conrad, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

John W. Crawford, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

E. W. Ditto, Jr., M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

J. R. DwYER, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Philip J. Hirshman, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Eldon G. Hoachlander, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Lloyd A. Hoffman, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

John H, Hornbaker, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

George Jennings, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Bentder B. Kneisley, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

George A. Kohler, M.D Smithburg, Maryland 

HJENRY R. Kritzer, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

J. Walter Layman, M.D Hagerstown, Ma. 

Wm. T. Layman, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

G. W. LeVan, M.D Boonshoro, Md. 

Elizabeth S. Linson, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Frank F. Lusby, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Victor D. Miller, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Charles L. Mowrer, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Sidney Novenstein, M.D Funkstown, Md. 

Ernest F. Poole, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Hubert L. Porterfield, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

L. M. Shaffer, M.D Hancock, Md. 

Walter H. Shealy, M.D Sharpsburg, Md. 

R. S. Stauffer, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Halyard Wanger, M.D Shepherdstown, W. Va. 

S. Robert Wells, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Peregrine Wroth, Jr., M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

W. Howard Yeager, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Ralph F. Young, M.D Williamsport, Md. 

S. Earl Young, M.D Hagerstown, Md. 

Ira M. Zimmerman, M.D Williamsport, Md. 



emale 


Total 


5 


78 


8 


69 


10 


79 


4 


96 


27 


322 





30 





1 


1 


1 



100 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

SUMMARY OF STUDENTS 
September 18, 1947 to June 5, 1948 

Medical Students Male 

Senior Class 73 

Junior Class ; 61 

Sophomore Class 69 

Freshman Class 92 

295 

Post-Graduate Intramural Courses 30 

Special students 1 

Students in Art as Applied to Medicine 

326 28 354 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS 

September 18, 1947 to June 5, 1948 

Alabama 2 Nevada 1 

Cahf omia 10 New Hampshire 1 

Colorado 1 New Jersey 11 

Connecticut 4 New York 12 

Delaware 1 North Carolina 11 

District of Columbia 6 Ohio 9 

Florida 7 Oregon 1 

Georgia 2 Pennsylvania 28 

IlKnois 5 Rhode Island 1 

Indiana 4 Texas 1 

Kansas 2 Utah 2 

Maryland 156 Virginia 9 

Massachusetts 6 West Virginia 15 

Michigan 2 Wisconsin 1 

Miss^uri^ 1 United States Possessions 

Nebraska. 2 Puerto Rico 6 



MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 1948-1949 

(Term beginning July 1, 1948 and ending June 30, 1949) 

President 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D. 

Vice-Presidents 
E. Paul Knotts, M.D. James S. Billingslea, M.D. Charles C. Zimmerman, M.D. 

Secretary Assistant Secretary Treasurer 

Thurston R. Adams, M.D. Simon Brager, M.D. Charles Reed Edwards, M.D. 

Executive Secretary 
Mrs. Minette E. Scott 



ENDOWMENT FUND 



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Board of Directors 
Wetherbee Fort, M.D., Chairman 
Albert E. Goldstein, M.D. 
Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 
Simon Brager, M.D. 
Charles Reid Edwards, M.D. 
Louis A. M. Krause, M.D. 
Emel Novak, M.D. 
William H. Triplett, M.D. 
Austin Wood, M.D. 

Library Committee 
Milton S. Sacks, M.D. 

Editors 
C. Gardner Warner, M.D. 
John A. Wagner, M.D. 



Representatives to General Alumni Association 
Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 
John A. Wagner, M.D. 
William H. Treplett, M.D. 

Nominating Committee 
Frank Geraghty, M.D., Chairman 
W. Raymond McKenzie, M.D. 
Frank N. Ogden, M.D. 
Robert F. Healy, M.D. 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr., M.D. 

Alumni Council 
Louis H. Douglass, M.D. 
Lewis P. Gundry, M.D. 



ENDOWMENT FUND 

The following constitute the Board of Trustees of this Fund: 



Arthur M. Shipley, Chairman 
Robertson Griswold 
Harry Clifton Byrd 
Albert Burns 



H. Boyd Wylie, Secy.-Treas. 

Charles Reid Edwards 

Horace E. Flack 

W. Conwell Smith 



This Board is incorporated by act of the Legislature of the State, its legal title 
being "The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Maryland," 
and is independent and self-perpetuating. Its powers are limited to the expendi- 
ture of the interest derived from the various funds, which is applied as directed by 
donors for the benefit of the University. Contributions, donations and bequests 
are solicited from Alumni and friends. They may be made to the general or Uni- 
versity Fund, to the Medical Fund or to any other department of the University. 
If intended for the School of Medicine, they may be given to the general medical 
fund or to some special object, as building, research, Hbrary, pathology, hospital, 
publication, laboratories, gymnasium, scholarship, medal, prize, etc., in which 
case the wishes of the donor will be strictly regarded. Checks should be made 
payable to The Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University of Mar>'land, 
H. Boyd Wylie, Treasurer, Lombard and Greene Streets, Baltimore-1, Maryland, 



FORMS OF DEVISE OR BEQUEST 
To Endowment Fund 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University 
of Maryland, a corporation incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the 
benefit of the Faculty of Medicine 

(Here state amount or describe property) 



102 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

To School of Medicine 

I give, devise and bequeath to the Regents of the University of Maryland, a corporation 
incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland, for the benefit of the Faculty of 
Medicine 

(Here state amount or describe property) 
THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The University of Maryland School for Nurses was established in the year 1889. 
Since that time it has been an integral part of the University of Maryland, coming 
under the same government. It is a non-sectarian school, the only religious serv- 
ices being morning prayers. 

The University Hospital is a general hospital containing about 435 beds. It 
is equipped to give young women a thorough course of instruction and practice in 
all phases of nursing. 

Programs offered: The programs of study of the school are planned for two 
groups of students: (a) the five-year group, (b) the 36-month group. 

The requirements for admission to the five-year program of the School of Nurs- 
ing are the same as for other colleges of the University. The completion of this 
course entitles the student to the degree of Bachelor of Science from the University 
of Maryland and to the diploma of the University Hospital School of Nursing. 

The requirements for admission to the 36-month program are the satisfactory 
completion of an academic course in an approved high school. The completion 
of this course entitles the student to the diploma of the University of Maryland 
School of Nursing. 

Applications and catalogues may be obtained from the Director of the School 
of Nursing, University Hospital, Baltimore 1, Md. 

MERCY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

The Mercy Hospital School of Nursing was established in 1899 and in- 
corporated on December 23, 1901. It is an integral part of the Mercy Hospital 
and is under the same government. Mercy Hospital affords exceptional ad- 
vantages for the education of nurses. It is a general hospital containing 348 
beds, and offers opportunities for a thorough and varied experience. By its 
institutional affiliation with the University of Maryland it secures professors who 
give to the student the results of their training and experience in the fields of the 
medical and affiliated sciences. 

The University of Maryland, and Mount Saint Agnes College, in affiliation with 
the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, offer a five year combined Academic and 
Nursing program. The completion of this course entitles the student to the degree 
of Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland and Mount Saint Agnes 
College, and to the diploma of the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing. Graduate 
nurses who hold college degrees are greatly in demand, especially for positions in 
administration and teaching institutions. This program consequently offers a dis- 
tinct advantage. 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Abraham, Robert Auman, 93 

Acton, Conrad B., 13, 22, 23, 58, 59 

Adam, Alberto, 97 

Adams, Thurston R., 12, 19, 24, 35, 68, 73, 75, 100^ 

Agnesine, Sister M., 32 

Aisenberg, Myron S., 9, 75 

Aldis, Henry, 99 

Alecce, Angelo Andrew, 89, 90, 91 

Allison, George Malcolm, 89, 90, 91 

Alvarez, Jose A., 57, 74 

Amberson, William R., 8, 9, 56 

Andersch, Marie A., 13, 59, 63 

Anderson, A. Russell, 14, 64 

Anderson, Albert L., 98 

Anderson, Franklin B., 8, 9, 11, 19, 37, 71, 73 

Anderson, George M., 75 

Anderson, George W., 35 

Andersen, William Andrew, 94 

Andrews, James E., 98 

Aponte, Joseph Louis, 32, 89, 90, 91 

Applegarth, Eva, 34 

Arnold, James G., Jr., 8, 11, 19, 27, 36, 74 

Arthur, Robert Key, Jr., 95 

Ashman, Leon, 14, 22, 32, 60, 61 

Auld, David, 22, 89, 90, 91 

Aycock, Thom.as B., 9 

Bachman, Leonard, 93 

Bacon, A. Maynard, Jr., 31 

Bacon, John Louis, 94 

Baetjer, Walter A., 8, 11, 59 

Baggett, Joseph W., 20 

Baggott, Bartus T., 29 

Bagley, Charles, 94 

Bagley, Charles, Jr., 8, 9, 19, 27, 36, 37, 73 

Bailey, Claude F., 31 

Baker, Frank William, Jr., 89, 90, 91 

Baldwin, Ruth B., 23 

Ballard, Margaret B., 13, 25, 76 

Banfield, Ernest E., 16, 76 

Bankhead, J. Marion, 20 

Bare, S. Luther, 98 

Barnard, John William, 93 

Barnes, Thomas G., Jr., 20 

Barnett, Donald J., 13, 20, 79 

Barthel, John Paul, 95 

Bauer, Robert £., 16, 58 

Baumann, Wilbur Nelson, 94 

Beacham, Edmund G., 14, 35, 60 

Beachley, Jack H., 99 

Bean, J. P., 98 

Beardsley, Earl Miller, 95 

Beck, Harry McB., 16, 30, 33, 78 

Beck, Harvey G., 8, 29 

Behr, Eleanor, 31 

Belkin, Joseph William, 93 

Bell, Arthur Keith, 95 

Bell, Frederick K., 18, 57 

Bell, R. A., 99 



Benjamin, William Philip, 93 
Bennett, Sara Elizabeth, 93 
Benson, John F., 21 
101 Bereston, Eugene S., 13, 24, 29, 33, 67 
Berger, Phillip R., 20 
Bergland, J. McFarland, 11, 76 
Berkenbilt, Joseph, 98 
Bernadette, Mother M., 27 
Berry, Robert Z., 16, 71, 97 
Beyer, David Henry, 89, 90, 91 
Biddix, Joseph C, Jr., 12, 75 
Bilder, Joseph, Jr., 95 
Billingslea, C. L., 98 
Billingslea, James S., 100 
Bills, Wilson Leo, 95 
Bimestefer, Lawrence W., 36 
Binkley, Owen H., 99 
Bird, Joseph G., 16, 18, 57 
Bireley, Beverly Robert, 95 
Bisanar, James M., 22, 89, 90, 91 
Bisgyer, Jay Lewis, 94 
Bix, Hans, 35 

Blackburn, Frances M., 16, 80 
Blades, Nancy, 95 
Blake, Charles F., 9 
Bleecker, Harry Harlan, Jr., 94 
Blum, Louis V., 23 
Blundell, Albert Edward, 93 
Bond, Donald Buckey, 89, 90, 91 
Bongardt, Henry F., 12, 27, 68 
Borden, Melvin N., 23 
Bordley, John E., 36 
Borges, Francis Joseph, 94 
Borssuck, Samuel, 98 
Bossard, John Wesley, 95 
Bowen, Charles V., 20 
Bowen, Joseph J., 31 
Bowen, Paul Allen, 95 
Bowie, Harry C, 14, 35, 54, 69 
Bowers, John Z., 14, 60 
Bowyer, Thomas S., 14, 77, 78 
Boyd, Kenneth B., 13, 24, 25, 35, 77, 78 
Bradford, Edward, 93 
Bradford, George W., 18, 63 
Bradley, J. Edmund, 8, 11, 19, 37, 65 
Bradshaw, Raymond, Jr., 94 
Brady, Leo, 12, 20, 77 

Brager, Simon H., 12, 27, 32, 34, 68, 73, 100, 101 
Brainin, William, 98 
Brambel, Charles E., 30 
Brannon, John Vandale, 95 
Brantigan, Otto C, 8, 9, 35, 54, 68, 81 
Briscoe, Ruth Lee, 8 
Bronstein, Eugene Leonard, 89, 90, 91 
Bronushas, Joseph Benedict B., 94 
Brooks, Ross C, 23 
Brouillet, George H., 14, 16, 25, 54, 69 
Brown, Ann V'irginia, 14, 57 
Brown, Frances C, 16, 56. 

103 



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INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Brown, Hugh B., Jr., 97 

Brown, Thomas R., 37 

Brumback, Frank E., 21 

Brumback, Lynn H., 99 

Bryant, Samuel H., 14, 20, 25, 75 

Bryson, William J., 14, 58, 98 

Bubert, Howard M., 8, 11, 23, 59, 81 

Buchness, A. V., 16, 69 

Buchness, John Michael, 32, 89, 90, 91 

Buell, John Russell, Jr., 96 

Bullock, John Boyd, 89, 90, 91 

Bulluck, Matt Heyer, 89, 90, 91 

Burgtorf, George E., 99 

Burka, Irving, 98 

Burkey, Fred Jamison, 94 

Burleson, Morris, 98 

Bums, Albert, 101 

Bums, Harold H., 14, 28, 29, 32, 69 

Bums, J. Howard, 30 

Butler, Lillian, 31 

Byerly, M. Paul, 13, 22, 60 

Byerly, William L., 18, 20 

Byers, J. M., 98 

Byrd, Harry Clifton, 7, 101 

Cacace, Vincent A., 97 

Caldwell, Lucile J., 15, 24, 67 

Campbell, Robert vanLiew, 99 

Campbell, William Dick, 99 

Caplan, Lester, 23 

Carey, T. Nelson, 8, 18, 19, 22, 29, 47, 59 

Carmel, Sister M., 27 

Carr, C. Jelleff, 8, 11, 57 

Chambers, Earl L., 29 

Chambers, John W., 16, 27, 69, 74 

Chambers, Robert G., 16, 18, 74, 76 

Chambers, Thomas R., 8, 11, 27, 68 

Chamovitz, Robert, 89, 90, 91 

Chance, L. T., 16, 69 

Chapman, Ross McC, 8, 9, 19, 64 

ChsLse, Henry V., 31 

Chelton, Alice Katherine, Graybill, 89,' 90, 91 

Chelton, Louis Guy, 94 

Chichester, Peter W,, 7 

Chinn, Mary E., 15, 56 

Christensen, Thomas A., 98 

Christopher, Russell Lee, 96 

Clapp, Clyde A., 9 

Clarke, Carl Dame, 8, 11, 80 

dayman, David S., 98 

Clemmens, Raymond Leopold, 96 

Cline, James Alexander, III, 93 

Cloninger, Rowell Connor, 21, 97 

Clough, PaulW.,8, 11,59 

Coberth, M. E., 37 

Coblentz, Richard G., 8, 9, 19, 27, 56, 73 

Coffman, Kaohlin Miner, 96 

Cohen, Archie Robert, 99 

Cohen, Cecelia E., 52 

Cohen, Israel, 52 

Cohen, Jonas, 16, 22, 60 

Cohen, Morris M., 16, 24, 67 

Cohen, Solomon, 96 



Cohn, Jerome, 16, 60, 61 

Cole, William P., Jr., 7 

Golfer, Richard J., 15, 58 

Collenberg, H. T., 30 

Coller, Jerome Joel, 94 

Compton, Beverley C, 8, 13, 20, 22, 24, 25, 35, 74, 78 

Condron, James Frank, 89, 90, 91 

Conner, Eugene C, 21 

Conrad, Robert P., 99 

Cooper, Donald D., 16, 33, 65 

Cordi, Joseph M,, 15, 33, 65 

Cornbrooks, Ernest I., Jr., 13, 20, 24, 25, 35, 74, 78, 101 

Cornelia, Sister M., 27 

Corpenning, Tom Nye, 94 

Correl, Shirley W., 23 

Cotter, Edward F., 12, 19, 22, 23, 59, 66 

Cotton, Albertus, 8, 28, 31, 36 

Coughlan, Stuart G., 15, 69 

Councill, W. A. H., 13, 19, 24, 72 

Covington, E. Eugene, 31 

Cowen, Joseph Robert, 94 

Cowley, R. Adams, 21 

Crabb, Gordon, 97 

Cracraft, William Atkinson, 94 

Crawford, JohnW., 99 

Crecraft, Harold James, 89, 90, 91 

Crosby, Robert M. H., 18, 74 

Cross, Richard J., 21 

Covey, William C, 21 

Crouch, J. Frank, 8 

Culver, Samuel H., 16, 69 

Cunningham, Raymond M., 16, 24, 69, 73 

Curanzy, Raymond Ralph, 96 

Gushing, J. G. N., 12 

Dal ton, James Breckenridge, Jr., 89, 90, 91 

Daly, Harold Lawrence, Jr., 94 

Damian, Sister M., 27 

Dann, Alfred H., 24 

Daue, Edwin O., Jr., 16 

Davidson, Charles N., 8, 11, 20, 79 

Davies, Dean F., 36 

Davies, Ross, 11, 67 

Davis, Carl L., 8, 9 

Davis, Charles M., 37 

Davis, E. Hollister, 16 

Davis, George H., 16, 77 

Davis, James O., 36 

Davis, John R., Jr., 15, 29, 32, 60 

Deckelbaum. Joseph, 96 

Deckert, W\ Allen, 15, 24, 69, 78 

DeHoff, John B., 16, 22, 60, 61 

Deitz, Leonard Loeb, 94 

Demarco, S., Jr., 28 

Demarest, Elinor Weed, 94 

Demarest, Lawrence Mann, 94 

Demmy, Nicholas, 94 

Dempsey, Raymond Joseph, 89, 90, 92 

Dennis, John, 21 

Deringer, Florence Hurtt, 93 

Dettbarn, Ernest Albert, 96 

DeVier, Charles W., Jr., 22 

Dickey, Francis G., 13, 19, 22, 59, 64 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



105 



Dieh], William K., 13, 20, 24, 25, 35, 74, 78 

Dietz, Aaron, 98 

Diggs, Everett S., 13, 20, 24, 25, 74, 78 

Ditto, E. W., Jr., 99 

Dixon, D. McClelland, 13, 58, 76 

Dobbs, Edward C, 11, 20, 25, 75 

Dodd, William A., 16, 30, 33, 78 

Doeller, Charles H., Jr., 16, 30, 33, 77, 78 

Donner, Leon, 96 

Dorman, J. William, 35 

Dorsey, Brice M., 9, 19, 25, 75 

Douglass, Louis H., 8, 9, 18, 20, 35, 76, 101 

Drake, Miles E., 21 

Dudley, Winston Clark, 96 

Duffy, William C, 16, 30, 33, 78 

Dumler, John C, 13, 20, 24, 25, 35, 74, 78 

Dunetz, Lora E., 25 

Dunn, George Mitchell, Jr., 96 

Dunnigan, William C, 16, 28, 32, 69 

Dwyer, Frank Philip, Jr., 89, 90, 92 

Dwyer, J. R., 99 

Dye, Frederick C, 9 

Eastland, J. Sheldon, 11, 29, 33, 59 

Eaton, Jay W., 53 

Eaton, Martha C, 15, 25, 67 

Ebeling, William C, III, 21 

Edlow, Ernest S., 15, 30, 33, 78 

Edmunds, Frederick Thomas, 94 

Edmunds, Page, 8 

Edwards, Charles Reid, 8, 9, 10, 18, 19, 37, 68, 100, 101 

Edwards, David Everett, 96 

Edwards, Monte, 8, 10, 19, 24, 36, 68, 73 

Edwards, William Hunter, Jr., 96 

Eisner, William M., 98 

Elgin, William W., 12,64 

Ellis, Francis A., 12, 19, 24, 29, 33, 67 

Ensor, Robert E., 32, 89, 90, 92 

Ensor, Wilmer Clifton, Jr., 93 

Eppes, Williford, 21 

Erwin, J. J., 13, 30, 33, 78 

Esmond, William George, 96 

Etienne, Wolcott L., 98 

Eubanks, Otha Albert, Jr., 93 

Evans, John E., Jr., 21 

Evans, Otis Druell, Jr., 96 

Everett, Houston, 13 

Fargo, Leon K., 13, 29, 32, 72 
Fearing, William L., 13, 23, 66 
Feldman, Maurice, 12, 29, 33, 63 
Ferguson, Charles Kirkpatrick, 96 
Ferneyhough, Nancy Jane, 80 
Ferris, Donald L., 97 
Ferris, John A., 52 
Fifer, Jesse S., 23 
Figge, Frank H. J., 8, 10, 54 
Fine, Morris A., 16, 22, 24, 60, 72 
Fineman, Jerome, 13, 30, 33, 65 
Finkelstein, A. H., 8, 11, 19, 22, 23, 65 
Fisher, Donald E., 16, 58 
Fitzgerald, Joseph Carroll, 96 
Fitzpatrick, Mary, 25 



Fitzpatrick, Vincent dcPaul, 31 

Flack, Horace E., 101 

Fleck, H. K., 10, 28, 78 

Fleischer, Roland R., 98 

Flynn, Philip D., 15, 29, 33, 60 

Foard, Wilbur H., 99 

Forman, Robert Blaine, 93 

Fort, Wetherbee, 12, 29, 59, 81, 101 

Fox, Samuel L., 13, 24, 71, 73 

Frank, Bertha Rayner, 50 

Frank, Samuel Leon, 50 

Fravel, Charles Richard, 93 

Freedom, Leon, 8, 11, 19, 23, 58, 66 

Freeman, Horatio Putnam, 96 

Freeman, Irving, 13, 22, 59, 61 

French, Leslie N., 98 

Frey, Edward L., Jr., 30 

Frey, Edward L., Sr., 33 

Friedenwald, Edgar B., 8, 10, 29, 33, 65 

Friedenwald, Harry, 8, 28 

Friedenwald, Jonas, 14, 78 

Friedman, Paul N., 15, 25, 79 

Fuller, Harvey L., 22 

Fuller, Harvey L., 22 

Fullilove, Jack, 96 

Funk, Audrey M., 16, 60, 63 

Funsch, Harold F., 97 

Fusco, J. D., 29, 34 

Fusting, William H., 16, 60, 61 

Gaby, Elaine, 18 

Gaither, A. Bradley, 50 

Gakenheimer, William A., 21 

Gallaher, James Patrick, 96 

Galvin, Thomas, K., 8, 10, 25, 30, 33, 77 

Ganey, Joseph B., 21 

Garcia-Palmieri, Mario Ruben, 96 

Gardner, Maud M., 37 

Gardner, William S., 8 

Gareis, L. Calvin, 16, 25, 35, 77 

Garlick, William L., 15, 28, 32, 69 

Gaskel, Jason H., 15, 29, 32, 71 

Gates, John Butler, 96 

Gaver, Grason W., 10, 73 

Gayle, John F., 21 

Gehrmann, Frederica, 51 

Gellman, Moses, 8, 11, 19, 26, 37, 71 

Gephardt, Ruth L., 31 

Geraghty, Frank J., 12, 22, 59, 101 

Geraghty, William R., 17, 69 

Gibbs, Robert Louis, 97 

Gichner, Joseph E., 8 

Gigliotti, Russell, 15, 20, 25, 75 

Gill, Joseph Edward, 93 

Gillis, Andrew C, 8, 10, 29, 30, 33, 66 

Gillis, Francis W., 12, 32, 72 

Ginsberg, Leon, 37 

Glenn, George Waverly, 96 

Click, Samuel S., 12, 23, 65 

Gold, Benjamin M., 21 

Goldsmith, Harry, 12, 30 

Goldsmith, Selma R., 23 

Goldstein, Albert E., 12, 58, 100, 101 



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INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



GoUey, K. W., 29 

Golombek, Leonard Harry, 89, 90, 92 

Goodman, Howard, 23 

Goodman, Julius, 28 

Googins, Charles George, 94 

Gordon, Benjamin Dichter, 96 

Gorten, Martin Klaus, 93 

Gould, Virginia Marie, 94 

Govatos, George, 13, 68 

Grabill, J. Stanley, 99 

Graff, Henry F., 12 

Granoff, H. L., 17, 30, 78 

Grant, Bowie Linn, 89, 90, 92 

Grassgreen, Irvin M., 98 

Grauer, Franklin H., 36 

Graves, James H., 21 

Gray, David E., 21 

Gray, Harry Williams, 93 

Green, James William, 89, 90, 92 

Greene, John P., 98 

Greenstein, George Herbert, 94 

Grill, Richard D., 17, 80 

Griswold, Robertson, 101 

Gross, Gertrude M., 99 

Gross, Joseph B., 17, 22, 60 

Guido, Angelina, 93 

Guilbeau, Joseph A., Jr., 18, 63 

Gundry, Alfred T., 101 

Gundry, Lewis P., 22, 25, 59, 101 

Gutman, Isaac, 32, 97 

Hachtel, Frank W., 8, 9, 10, 57 
Hagan, William B., 21, 98 
Hageage, Charles C, 98 
Hageage, George, 98 
Hahn, Robert R., 21 
Hahn, William E., 10, 75 
Haines, John S., 17, 72 
Hall, Howard E., 21 
Hamperry, Leonard Gerard, 94 
Hamrick, George Vincent, 89, 90, 92 
Hankia, Samuel J., 15, 22, 60, 61 
Hankins, John R., 22, 89, 90, 92 
Hannan, Alice R., 34 
Hannan, Leon, 34 
Hanrahan, Edward ^.I., 35 
Hardie, Dorothy, 25 
Harman, John B., 18, 58 
Harne, O. G., 7, 8, 9, 11, 55 
Harne, William G., 57 
Harris, James Radclitle, 93 
Harrison, Harold E., 8, 11, 35, 65 
Hartz, Alvin J., 15, 60, 61 
Hatem, Frederick Joseph, 96 
Haught, John S., 17, 21 
Hawkins, Charles W., 21 
Hawkins, George Kenneth, 96 
Hayleck, Mary L., 15, 37, 65 
Hays, Leonard, 98 
Healy, John Clauson, 94 
Healy, Robert F., 15, 69, 101 
Heath, William H., Jr., 97 
Hebb, Donald B., 17, 24, 35, 73 



Heldrich, Frederick J., Jr., 22, 89, 90, 92 

Helfrich, Raymond F., 13, 28, 68 

Helfrich, William G., 15, 23, 60, 61 

Hellen, L. Ann, 17, 60, 63 

Henderson, Charles Thomas, 93 

Henneberger, Lowell P., 35 

Henson, Stanley Willard, Jr., 94 

Herpsberger, W. Grafton, 13, 23, 59, 61 

Hetrick, Augustus C, 52 

Hetrick, Bruce H., 52 

Hetrick, Horace Bruce, 52 

Heuman, Philip Walter, 94 

Hibbitts, John T., 13, 24, 35, 78 

Hicks, Hugh T., 12, 75 

Hicks, Mary Elizabeth, 39 

Highstein, Benjamin, 15, 24, 67 

Hightower, John A., 21 

Himmelfarb, Sylvia, 17, 56 

Hirschfeld, John H., 17, 20, 35, 36, 71 

Hirshman, Philip J., 99 

Hitchcock, Charles M., 51 

Hitchman, Irene L., 99 

Hoachlander, Eldon G., 99 

Hoback, Florence Kunst, 89, 90, 92 

Hobart, Richard Loren, Jr., 89, 90, 92 

Hodes, Horace, 11, 67 

Hoffman, Lloyd A., 99 

Hoffman, Reuben, 99 

Hofsteter, Grace, 94 

Hogan, John F., 13, 24, 72 

Hohman, Leslie B., 13 

Holden, F. A., 15 

Hollander, Mark B., 24 

Holljes, Henry W. D„ 13, 25, 60 

Holloway, William J., 22, 89, 90, 92 

Holter, Edward F., 7 

Hooper, Z. Vance, 15, 23, 64 

Hoover, Richard D., 21 

Hopkins, John V., 17 

Hopkins, Robert Charles, 96 

Horine, Cyrus F., 8, 11, 68 

Hombaker, John H., 99 

Howard, Ann, 21 

Howell, Clewell, 13, 65 

Hoyt, Irvin Gorman, 94 

Hudson, Rollin C, 17, 23, 60 

Huffer, Sarah Virginia, 94 

Hughes, Lloyd, 98 

Hull, Harry C, 10, 19, 68 

Humphreys, Charles Wesley, Jr., 93 

Hundley, J. Mason, Jr., 8, 9, 10, 18, 20, 24, 25, 35, 74, 77 

Hunter, Richard E., 31 

Hunter, Robert C, 21 

Husted, Harriet Lamont, 94 

Hutchins, Elliott H., 8, 10, 27. 68 

Hutchison, William Forrest, 96 

Hyle, John Charles, 95 

Hyman, Calvin, 15, 68 . 

Ibsen, Maxwell, 95 
Iliff, Charles E., 36 
Imburg, Jerome, 21 
Ingram, C. Hal, 18, 21 



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Inman, Conrad L., 29, 34 

Insley, Marion Clarence Jr., 89, 90, 92 

Isaacs, Benjamin H., 15, 28, 33, 71 

Iten, George Joseph, 95 

Iwamota, Harry K., 12, 57 

Jacobson, Meyer W., 13, 23, 59 
Jaffe, Albert, 11, 19, 65 
Jenkins, Sarah Anetta, 95 
Jennette, Carl, 99 
Jennings, F. L., 8, 10, 27, 68 
Jennings, George, 99 
Jensen, Roy David, 95 
Jeppi, Joseph v., 28, 34 
Jerardi, Joseph V., 13, 28, 32, 68 
Jett, Page C, 98 
Jewett, Hugh, 17, 36, 72 
Jimal, Louis M., 98 
Johnson, Edward S., 8, 11, 68 
Johnson, Elizabeth, 31 
Johnson, Frederick Miller, 96 
Johnson, Wallace Edward, 96 
Joslm, Blackburn S., 21 
Joslin, C. Loring, 8, 10, 18, 19, 65 
Jubb, Charlotte, 39 
Judd, Allyn F., 32 
Judd, Charles W., 36 

Kagan, H. N., 98 

Kallins, Edward S., 15, 23, 60 

Kaltreider, D. Frank, 13, 25, 35, 76 

Kammer, William H., 32, 60 

Kammer, William H., Jr., 15, 29 

Kane, Harry F., 17, 30, 33, 78 

Kardash, Theodore, 24, 78 

Karei, Leonard, 14, 57 

Karfgin, Arthur, 13, 22, 32, 60 

Karlinsky, Ray Mintz, 51 

Karn, William Nicholas, Jr., 96 

Karns, Clyde F., 15, 68 

Earns, James R., 17, 22, 47, 60 

Kaschel, Paul Edward, 96 

Kasik, Frank Thomas, 95 

Kastner, Lee Xorman, 89, 90, 92 

Kauffman, Julius, 98 

Kaufman, Raj-mond Henry, 89, 90, 92 

Kayser, Fayne A., 15, 28, 33, 71 

Kelley, Gordon William, 95 

Kellogg, W. K.,53 

Kemick, Irvin Bernard, 23 

Kemler, Joseph I., 13, 28, 78 

Kemp, Katherine Virdin, 89, 90, 92 

Kennedy, Carl Hubert, Jr., 89, 90, 92 

Kennedy, Margaret, 37 

Kiatsu, Frederick Go, 21 

Kilby, Walter L., 8, 10, 18, 20, 79 

Kindt, Willard Freed, 96 

King, Victor Francies, 96 

Kipnis, David Morris, 96 

Kirk, Florence R., 39 

Kirkpatrick, Crawford N,, 36 

Kitlowski, Edward A., 8, 10, 28, 35, 37, 76 

Kline, Raymond F., 18, 56 



Knabe, George William, Jr., 93 

Knapp, Hubert C, 29 

Kneisley, Bender B., 99 

Knipp, Harry Lester, 96 

Knotts, E. Paul, 7, 100 

Knowles, F. Edwin, Jr., 13, 20, 25, 28, 79 

Kohler, George H., 99 

Kohn, Schuyler, 17, 77 

Kolman, Lester N., 24 

Koontz, Amos, 35 

Krahl, Vernon E., 8, 11, 54 

Kramer, Howard Calvin, 96 

Krantz, John C, Jr., 8, 10, 57, 81 

Krause, Louis A. M., 8, 10, 18, 22, 29, 36, 59, 

Kremen, A., 15, 79 

Kritzer, Henry R., 99 

Kroll, Louis J., 15, 60, 61 

Krop, Stephen, 14, 57 

Kyper, Frederick T., 13, 20, 36, 71, 73 

Lacy, Marvin, 17, 18, 74, 76 

Lamb, William Eugene, 96 

Lambert, H. James, 21 

Lane, Elizabeth, 37 

Lane, Julian S., 98 

Langeluttig, H. Vernon, 12, 35, 59 

Lanning, Theodore Reuney, 96 

Lavenstein, Arnold F., 15, 23, 65 

Lavine, Oscar, 98 

Lawler, Lillian Marie, 31 

Layman, J. Walter, 99 

Layman, William T., 99 

Leach, C. Edward, 13, 23, 59 

Lederman, Alfred S., 17, 23, 64 

Legg, Thomas Henry, 99 

Legge, John E., 29 

Legge, Kenneth D., 8, 10, 29, 32, 72 

Legum, Samuel, 13, 59, 61 

Leibman, Jack, 96 

Leitz, R. Frederick, 29 

Leograndis, Stephen Cosmos, 89, 90, 92 

Lerner, Philip L., 12, 30, 33, 66 

Leslie, Franklin E., 17, 22, 60 

LeVan, G. W.,99 

Levin, H. Edmund, 14, 57 

Levin, Manuel, 23 

Levinson, Lorman L., 21 

Levy, Kurt, 15, 22, 60, 61 

Lewis, Thomas Earl, 93 

Lewis, Thomas Franklin, Jr., 95 

Ley, Leo Henry, Jr., 96 

Liberto, Joseph R., 97 

Lichtenberg, Joseph David, 95 

Linden, Arthur J., 31 

Link, V. Harwood, 17, 24, 67 

Linson, Elizabeth S., 99 

LaPira, Joseph F., 31 

Lisansky, Ephraim T., 14, 22, 58, 59 

Lister, Leonard Melvin, 96 

Lithgow, Charles Henry, 89, 90, 92 

Locher, R. W., 8, 11, 27, 68 

Lock, Burton Vernon, 93 

Lockard, G. Carroll, 8, 10, 19, 59, 75 



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INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



Loewald, Hans W., 12, 23, 64 

Loker, F. Ford, 17, 28, 32, 69 

London, Nathaniel Jacob, 93 

Long, Edgar F., 7 

Long, W. Newton, 35 

Longley, George Henry, 93 

Looper, Edward A,, 8, 10, 19, 20, 37, 71 

Love, Robert George, 96 

Love, William S., Jr., 8, 11, 19, 59 

Ludes, Hans, 18, 56 

Lukens, James Thomas, 93 

Lusby, Frank F., 99 

Lutz, John F., 8, 12, 55 

Lynn, William D., 21 

MacDonald, James Melvin, 96 

Macgowan, Birkhead, 28 

Macht, Stanley H., 8, 12, 35, 79 

Mack, Harry Patterson, 22, 89, 90, 92 

Maengwyn-Davies, G. D., 18, 58 

Maginnis, Helen I., 17, 24, 78 

Magladery, J. W., 36 

Magness, Thomas H., 22 

Malcarney, Alberta Rose, 93 

Maldeis, Howard J., 8, 11, 58, 59, 67 

Mallis, Nicholas, 22, 89, 90, 92 

Maloney, John T., 98 

Mansberger, Arlie R., Jr., 21 

Mansdorfer, G. Bowers, 14, 29, 65 

Mansfield, W. Kenneth, Jr., 17, 25, 77 

Marek, Charles B., 17, 24, 78 

Marriott, Henry J., 15, 33, 60 

Marsh, James T., 99 

Marshall, Joseph H., 15 

Martin, Clarence W., 17, 25, 77 

Martin, George William, Jr., 95 

Martin, Glenn L., 7 

Maseritz, I. H., 14, 29, 32, 71 

Mastin, M. N., 99 

Mattax, Harry McCoy, 93 

Matthews, Burton Vincent, 89, 90, 92 

Matthews, Mary Elizabeth, 93 

Matthews, Roland Dellwood, 89, 90, 92 

Maxson, Charles W., 8, 11, 28, 68 

May, Homer Woodrow, 93 

Mayers, Waldo B., 98 

Mays, Howard B., 12, 19, 22, 24, 36, 58, 72 

McAlpine, James G., 11 

McCarthy, Harry B., 37, 75 

McCauley, Betty Jane, 89, 90, 92 

McCeney, Robert S., 98 

McClelland, D., 25 

McClung, William D., 31 

McCord, Charles Frederick, 93 

McCormick, Charles P., 7 

McCrumb, Fred R., Jr., 22, 89, 90, 92 

McElvain, Norma Feik, 57 

McElvain, Wilbert Harding, 95 

McElwain, Howard B., 17, 28, 69 

McFadden, Earl Boyd, 96 

McFadden, John William, 96 

McFadden, Robert B., 97 

McFaul, William N., Jr., 28 



McGrady, Charles Winifred, Jr., 96 

Mcintosh, Edith R., 39 

McKenzie, W. Ra>Tnond, 14, 28, 71, 101 

McLain, George H., 98 

McLaughlin, Francis J., 15, 64 

McLean, George, 12, 29, 59, 75 

McMillin, Parker J., 35 

McNally, Hugh B., 14, 20, 25, 30, 76 

McNinch, James R., Jr., 21 

Mearns, Robert B., 24, 37 

Mech, Karl F., 15, 24, 54, 58 

Mendez-Bryan, Ricardo Tomas, 96 

Meranski, Israel P., 15, 23, 30, 33, 65 

Merkel, Walter C, 11, 30, 58 

Merrill, George G., 36 

Metcalf, John Shelby, 18, 54, 56, 97 

Miceli, Carmela E., 31 

Michael, Helene D., 98 

Middleton, Edmund B., 18, 54, 93 

Millan, Lyle J., 14, 19, 24, 72 

Miller, Benjamin S., 98 

Miller, Dorothea Anna, 95 

Miller, Joseph M., 14, 68 

Miller, Max Jay, 93 

Miller, Robert Eugene, 95 

Miller, Victor D., 99 

Mitchell, George W., 28 

Mitchell, William A., 17, 24, 25, 77, 78 

Mohler, Donald Ignatius, Jr., 89, 90, 92 

Montgomery, D. Otis, 31 

Moores, J. Duer, 15, 25, 68, 74 

Morgan, Zachariah, 8, 12, 64 

Morris, Frank K., 14, 30, 33, 77, 78 

Morrison, J. Huff, 15, 22, 25 

Morrison, John H., 77 

Morrison, Samuel, 11, 59, 63 

Morrison, Theodore H., 8, 10, 29, 63 

Mosberg, William H., 21 

Mosser, Robert Schaaf, 96 

Mowrer, Charles L., 99 

Moyer, John Lewis, III, 93 

Muller, S. Edwin, 14, 15, 29, 32, 60, 63 

Murdock, Harry M., 12, 64 

Muse, Joseph E., Jr., 15, 22, 60, 61 

Musser, Joseph E., Jr., 15 

Musser, Ruth, 57 

Mutter, Arthur Zelig, 96 

Myers, Donald Johnson, 96 

Myers, Evangeline, 95 

Myers, John A., 15, 60 

Nelson, Alfred T., 8, 12, 20, 80 
Nelson, James W., 12, 18, 28, 33, 68 
Netterville, Rush E., 97 
Neumayer, Francis, 93 
Newell, Edward Alphonso, 89, 90, 92 
Newell, H. Whitman, 11, 19, 23, 64 
Newell, Josephine Evelyn, 93 
Nicklas, Gilbert Lee, 93 
Niermann, William A., 22 
Niswander, Guy Donald, 89, 90, 92 
Noguera, Julio Tomas, 95 
Nolan, Paul Vernon, 89, 91, 92 



INDEX TO PERSONAL NAMES 



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Novak, Emil, 8, 11, 76, 101 
Novenstein, Sidney, 99 
Xovey, M. Alexander, 12, 76 
Xovey, Samuel, 15, 64 
Nuttall, Ernest B., 10, 75 
Nuttle, Harry H., 7 
Xygren, Edward Joseph, 96 

O'Connor, John A., 28 

O'Donnell, Charles F., 32 

Ogden, Frank X., 101 

Oliver, Xorman, 97 

O'Malley, Joseph Edward, 95 

O'Rourk, Thomas R., 8, 10, 19, 20, 24, 36, 71, 73 

Orth, John Stambaugh, 96 

Osborne, John C, 17, 29, 32, 60 

Oster, Robert H., 8, 10, 56 

Otanasek, Frank J., 17, 27, 74 

Owings, James C, 2iS 

Pacienza, F. A., 28, 34 

Packard, Douglas Richard, 96 

Padget, M. Paul, 15, 60 

Padussis, Stephen Konstant, 89, 91, 92 

Paine, Robert M., 36 

Panzarella, John Henry, 93 

Parelhoff, Merrill Elliott, 93 

Parr, William A., 15, 73 

Patterson, J. Milton, 7 

Paula Marie, Sister, 31 

Peake, C. W., 8, 11, 68 

Pembroke, Richard H., Jr., 15, 23, 64 

Pencheff, Dorris Marie, 96 

Perez, Julietta, 31 

Perilla, Frank Robert, 96 

Perry, Henry David, Jr., 96 

Pertz, Elden H., 31 

Pessagno, D. J., 8, 10, 27, 68 

Pessagno, Eugene L., 15, 20, 25, 75 

Peters, H. Ra>Tnond, 8, 10, 27, 29, 32, 59 

Petersen, Phyllis Ann, 22, 89, 91, 92 

Phelan, Patrick C, Jr., 17, 28, 32, 69 

Phelps, Winthrop M., 37 

Pierpont, Ross Z., 15, 54, 69 

Piggott, John B., Jr., 21 

Pincoffs, Maurice C, 7, 8, 10, 18, 19, 27, 29, 59 

Pincoffs, Susan R., 17, 25 

Pittman, Robert Raikes, 93 

Piatt, Julian Jay, 89, 91, 92 

Pleet, Jerome, 93 

Podolnik, Aaron, 18, 23, 64 

Polek, Melvin F., 32 

Poole, Ernest F., 99 

Porterfield, Hubert L., 99 

Powell, Albert M., Jr., 32, 89, 91, 92 

Preinkert, Alma H., 7 

Proctor, Samuel E., 15, 24, 69 

Pruitt, Hazel Y., 17, 57 

Queen, J. Emmett, 29, 32, 33 

Rabhan, Leonard J., 98 
Raby, William R., 98 
Raby, William T., 21 



Ramundo, Michael R., 97 

Randolph, Kenneth, V., 10, 75 

Range, James J., 21 

Raskin, Howard Frank, 93 

Raskin, M., 28, 34 

Rathbun, Howard K., 36 

Reahl, Joseph D., 31 

Redding, Joseph Stafford, 89, 91, 92 

Reader, J. Dawson, 8 

Reese, Frederick M., 17, 25, 79 

Reese, J. G. M., 8, 11, 20, 76 

Reese, J. Morris, 35, 81 

Reeser, Guy McLelland, Jr., 96 

Reeves, Henry Gray, Jr., 96 

Reich, Walter G., Jr., 18, 54 

Reifschneider, Charles A., 8, 10, 18, 35, 68, 75 

Reifschneider, Herbert E., 14, 54, 68 

Reilly, Kathleen Margaret, 96 

Reimann, Dexter L., 8, 12, 19, 58 

Reiter, Robert A., 14, 59, 61 

Revell, Samuel T. R., Jr., 14, 19, 22, 59 

Rever, William Benjamin, Jr., 95 

Reynaud, Louis Favrot, Jr., 95 

Reynolds, Georgia, 97 

Rex, Eugene Braiden, 96 

Rhyne, Jimmie Lee, 89, 91, 92 

Rice, Robert Milton, 97 

Rich, Benjamin S., 11, 24, 28, 37, 71, 73 

Richards, Esther L., ZS 

Richardson, Paul Frederick, 95 

Riddel, Clifford Thurston, Jr., 94 

Ridgely, I. O., 12, 28, 68 

Rienhoff, William F., Jr., 14, 27, 68 

Rigdon, Henry L., 14, 35, 54, 68 

Paghetti, Milton Raymond, 95 

Rizika, Stuart, 24 

Robinson, Daniel R., 15, 28, 32, 68 

Robinson, Harry M., Jr., 12, 19, 24, 59, 67 

Robinson, Harry M., Sr., 8, 10, 19, 24, 37, 67, 75 

Robinson, Ida Marian, 39 

Robinson, R. C. V., 14, 24, ZZ, 67 

Rodriguez, Edsel Antonio, 89, 91, 92 

Roehrig, Charles Burns, 94 

Rogers, Harry L., 8, 10, 28, 32, 37, 71 

Rolando, Anne H., 52 

Rolando, Henry, 52 

Rombro, Marvin Jay, 97 

Rosen, Robert Reuben, 94 

Rosser, John H., 21 

Roth, Oliver Ralph, 95 

Rothschild, Stanford Z., 7 

Rovelstad, Howard, 39 

Rowland, Harry Shepard, Jr., 97 

Rowland, J. M. H., 8 

Rubin, Seymour Howard, 95 

Rubin, Se>'mour W., 15, 58 

Rudolph, Robert Lee, 89, 91, 92 

Rudy, Xorman Edward, 95 

Russo, James, 17, 80 

Rysanek, William J., Jr., 17, 30, 78 

Saavedra-Amador, Armando, 97 

Sacks, Milton S., 9, 11, 18, 22, 58, 59, 63, 81, 101 



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Sanderson, William R., 53 

Sandler, Robert, 95 

Sanford, William Gordon, 92 

Sarewitz, Albert Bernard, 94 

Sargent, George, 101 

Sasscer, James, 98 

Sasscer, Robert, 98 

Sauerwald, Mary J., 18, 58 

Saunders, Joseph H., 97 

Savage, John E., 12, 20, 35, 76 

Sayles, Harold A., 18, 19 

Scarborough, Clarence P., 16, 24, 28, 32, 35, 76 

Schaefer, John F., 16, 32, 69 

Scher, Jordan Mayer, 94 

Scherr, Merle Sundrell, 89, 91, 92 

Schmale, Arthur Henry, Jr., 94 

Schmidt, Emil G., 10, 57 

Schnaper, Nathan, 94 

Schreiber, Richard David, 94 

Schultz, Kathryn L., 14, 23, 64 

Schwalm, Charlotte, 31 

Schwartz, Benson Charles, 89, 91, 92 

Schwartz, Theodore A., 14, 28, 33, 71 

Schwarz, Virginia, 31 

Scott, Minette E., 100 

Scott, Roger David, 97 

Scully, John Thorsen, 97 

Seabold, William M., 16, 19, 30 

Seegar, J. King B. E., Jr., 17, 25, 77 

Seigman, Edwin L., 18, 21, 79 

Seliger, R. V., 37 

Sendelback, Bertha, 37 

Serra, Lawrence M., 14, 59 

Settle, William B., 14, 24, 54, 68 

Shafer, Cecil, 21 

Shaffer, L. M., 99 

Shamer, Miriam Abbott, 95 

Shapiro, A. Albert, 14, 24, 67 

Shaw, Grace E., 20 

Shawbaker, Anna, 34 

Shea, William Howard Holland, 97 

Shealy, Walter H., 99 

Shear, Joseph, 21 

Sheehan, Joseph C, 17, 30, 33, 78 

Shell, James H., 21 

Shell, John Robert, 32, 89, 91, 92 

Sheperd, Frederick Parker, 95 

Sheppard, Robert C, 16, 23, 24, 69 

Sherrard, Margaret Lee, 94 

Sherrill, Elizabeth D., 22, 61 

Sherry, Samuel Norman, 97 

Shipley, Arthur M., 8, 10, 101 

Shipley, E. Roderick, 17, 24, 69 

Shipley, Frank E., 99 

Shocat, Albert J., 16, 23, 64 

Shock, Nathan W., 36 

Siegel, Isadore A., 12, 20, 76 

Silverman, Benjamin K., 89, 91, 92 

Silverstein, Daniel Lewis, 89, 91, 92 

Simmons, Frederic Rudolph, Jr., 95 

Sipple, Edward N., 97 

Sires, William Oscar, 95 

Siwinski, Arthur G., 14, 25, 32, 36, 68,^74 



Siwinski, Thaddeus C, 32, 89, 91, 92 

Skipton, Roy Kennedy, 97 

Skitarelic, Benedict, 14, 58 

Sklar, Allen Leon, 95 

Smelser, Rennert M., 32, 89, 91, 92 

Smith, Boylston Dandridge, Jr., 95 

Smith, Dietrich Conrad, 9, 11, 56, 81 

Smith, Edward P., 12, 27, 30, 33, 78 

Smith, Frederick B., 11, 29, 65 

Smith, George W., 21 

Smith, Luther E., 36 

Smith, Meredith Parks, 94 

Smith, Morton, 95 

Smith, R. Dale, 9, 12, 54 

Smith, Ruby A., 16, 25, 79 

Smith, Sol, 12, 29, 32, 59, 63 

Smith, W. Conwell, 101 

Smith, William H., 9, 11, 59 

Snider, Kenneth Bruce, 94 

Snyder, Jerone, 17 

Snyder, Samuel, 17, 60 

Snyder, William Allen, 89, 91 

Solomon, David Milton, 97 

Sosnowski, Andrew Raymond, 95 

Spaulding, Raymond Charles, Jr., 95 

Spear, Irving J., 8, 19, 37 

Speed, William G., 111,36 

Speicher, W. Glenn, 99 

Spencer, Hugh R., 9, 10, 19, 30, 37, 58 

Spittel, John Allen, Jr., 94 

Sprunt, Thomas P., 9, 10, 19, 29, 59 

Spurrier, O. Walter, 17, 30', 33, 65 

Stahl, Robert Ray, 89, 91, 92 

Stabler, Earlin John, 94 

Stanfield, Elwin Eugene, 94 

Startzman, Henry Hollingsworth, Jr., 95 

Stauffer, R. S., 99 

Steckler, Robert Joseph, 94 

Stegmaier, James G., 31 

Stein, Carl Christian, 80 

Steiner, Albert, 24 

Stevenson, Edward Ward, 94 

Stewart, Edwin H., Jr., 17, 25, 69 

Stiles, Cleo D., 16, 25, 79 

Stitely, L. C, 99 

Stone, John Hoskins, 97 

Stone, Robert L., 21 

Stone, W. C, 99 

Storm, Mary Elizabeth, 95 

Strahan, John Franklin, 94 

Strauss, George A., Jr., 30 

Sulka, Casimir Michael, 95 

Sunday, Stuart D., 17, 60, 61 

Supik, William J., 17, 24, 73 

Swisher, Kyle L., Jr., 22, 89, 91, 92 

Swiss, Adam, 17, 60 



Tappan, Benjamin, 37 

Tarr, Norman, 89 

Tarun, William, 8 

Tate, Allen Denny, Jr., 89, 91, 92 



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Taussig, Helen M., 37 

Tawab, Salah A., 23 

Taylor, Robert Hay, 99 

Teitelbaum, Harry A., 14, 23, 66 

Tenner, David, 16, 60 

Theverkauf, Frank J., Jr., 22, 89, 91, 92 

Thibadeau, Robert Torndorff, 95 

Thomas, Clyde D., 32, 89, 91, 92 

Thomas, Ramsay B., 23 

Thomison, James S., 98 

Thompson, Raymond K., 17, 24, 27, 36, 74 

Thompson, S. M., 37 

Thompson, William Wesley, 95 

Thornfeldt, Robert E., 35 

Thuss, William Getz, Jr., 89, 91, 93 

Tilley, Russell McFarlane, Jr., 94 

Timanus, James Kyner, 94 

Tinker, Paul, 21 

Tobias, Richard Boyd, 97 

Toomey, Lewis C, 13, 20, 25, 75 

Tongue, R. Kent, 36 

Touhey, T. J., 17, 28, 69 

Toulson, W. Houston, 9, 10, 19, 24, 36, 72 

Townshend, Wilfred H., Jr., 16, 23, 60 

Tramer, Arnold, 94 

Trettin, Gene Douglas, 94 

Trimble, P. Ridgeway, 13, 28, 32, 35, 68 

Triplett, William H., 101 

Truitt, Edward B., 18, 58 

Truitt, Ralph P., 9, 10, 19, 23, 64, 81 

Tuerk, Isadore, 14, 64 

Tumminello, S. A., 29 

Tunney, Robert B., 17, 30, 33, 78 

Turner, Philip C, 7 

Twigg, Homer Lee, Jr., 97 

Ty dings, Millard E., 7 

Udel, Melvin, 97 

Uhlenhuth, Eduard, 9, 10, 54, 81 

Ullrich, Henry F., 9 11, 19, 24, 29, 32, 36, 37, 71 

Ullsperger, John F., 31 

Upton, Albert Louis, 95 

Valentine, Clarence Eldred, 97 

Vandegrift, William D., 16, 58 

Van Goor, Kornelius, 95 

Van Lill, Stephen J., Ill, 17, 23, 60 

Vanni, Frank, 97 

Van Xutta, Paul, 98 

Varipatis, Michael S., 36 

Vazzana, Hugh, 98 

Vencent, Sister M., 34 

Vcurose, Robert James, 97 

Veronica, Sister M., 27 

Vicens, Enrique A., 95 

Vincent, Sister M., 27 

Vollmer, Frederick J., 16, 29, 32, 60 

Voshell, Allen Fiske, 9, 10, 19, 20, 24, 36, 71, 81 

Vyner, Harold, 16, 64 

Waghelstein, Julius M., 36 

Wagner, John A., 9, 13, 19, 36, 58, 63, 74, 81, 101 



Wagner, Philip S., 13, 64 

Walker, James, 98 

Walker, W. Wallace, 13, 54, 68 

Waller, William K., 14, 22, 59 

Walters, Hezekiah G., Jr., 89, 91, 93 

Walton, Henry J., 8, 37 

Wanger, Halvard, 99 

Ward, Arthur, 33 

Ward, Grant E., 9, 11, 20, 24, 36, 68, 74, 75 

Ware, Charles IngersoU, 89, 91, 95 

Warfield, Clarence, 52 

Warfield, Genevra, 52 

Waring, H. Glenn, 35 

Warner, C. Gardner, 9, 11, 35, 58, 101 

Warnock, Robert George, 94 

Warren, John M., 98 

Warthen, William H. F., 12, 66 

Waterman, Roger Sherman, 89, 91. 93 

Watson, Charles Polk, Jr., 97 

Watson, Frank Yandle, 94 

Weekley, Robert Dean, 97 

Weeks, Earl, 33 

Weeks, Thomas E., 23 

Weeks, William Earl, 18, 37, 65 

Weems, George J., 98 

Weiland, Glenn S., 12, 57 

Welborn, James Todd, 89, 91, 93 

Welch, Elbert Sylvester, 94 

Welch, Hugh J., 29 

Wells, Gibson J., 14, 23, 37, 65 

Wells, S. Robert, 99 

Weston, Joyce, 23 

Wheelright, Harvey Pearse, 97 

Whitaker, Charles S., 99 

White, Fowler Felix, 95 

White, John P., Ill, 21 

Whitehorn, Clark Allan, 89, 91, 93 

Whitehurst, Mrs. John L., 7 

Wich, J. Carlton, 17, 23, Zi, 65 

Wilder, Milton J., 14, 24, 36, 37. 71 

Wilfson, Daniel, Jr., 16, 60, 61 

Will, David R., 21 

Williams, Charles H., 22 

Williams, Charles Ray, 97 

Williams, Huntington, 9, 10, 66 

Wilson, Clifford Edward, Jr., 95 

Wilson, John Dean, 89, 91, 93 

Winiarz, Elizabeth, 99 

Winiarz, Witold, 99 

Winship, Emma, 22 

Winslow, Randolph, 51 

Winterringer, James R., 21 

Wise, Walter D., 9, 10, 27, 68 

Wisong, Georgiana, 37 

Wodak, Hans, 98 

Wolf, Ernest Simon, 95 

Wolfe, Carolyn DeWitt, 94 

Wolfe, Harvey Edward, 97 

Wolff, Thomas C, 9, 12, 29, 32, 59, 61 

Wolfram, Betty, 31 

Womack, William Spengler, 89, 91, 93 

Wood, Austin IL, 14, 72, 101 



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Wood, Margaret Wetherill, 97 
Woodward, Lewis K., Sr., 99 
Woodward, Theodore E., 9, 12, 18, 59 
Worsley, Thomas L., 18, 60, 61 
Wright, Isaac, 21, 98 
Wright, Robert B., 9, 12, 58 
Wroth, Peregrine, Jr., 99 
Wylie, H. Boyd, 7, 8, 9, 10, 18, 101 

Yeager, George H., 9, 10, 18, 22, 23, 25, 35, 68, 75 

Yeager, W. Howard, 99 

Yeager, William Howard, Jr., 95 

York, Shelley Clyde, Jr., 97 

Young, Asa D., 13, 31, 79 

Young, Calvin Lessey, 97 



Young, Edgar W., 31 
Young, John Paul, 89, 91, 93 
Young, Ralph F., 99 
Young, S. Earl, 99 

Zapf, Evelyn Byrd, 37 
Zeligman, Israel, 14, 24, 67 
Ziegler, John Bosley, 94 
Zimmerman, Charles C, 100 
Zimmerman, Ira M., 99 
Zimmerman, Muriel, 37 
Zinn, Waitman F., 9, 10, 27, 28, 33, 71 
Zupnik, Harold L., 18, 28 
Zupnik, Howard L., 32, 69 
Zuravin, Meyer H., 28 



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September, 1949 




Announcements for 



The One Hundred Forty-Fourth Academic Session 
1949-1950 



Catalogue of 
The One Hundred Forty-Third Academic Session 
1948-1949 



CONTENTS 



Calendar July 1949-June 1951 4 

Calendar of events for 1949-1950 5 

Calendar, Postgraduate 86 

Organization 7 

Board of Regents 7 

Faculty of Medicine 9 

Fellows 19 

University Hospital 20 

Executive Committee 20 

Hospital Staff 20 

Resident and Intern Staflf 22 

Dispensary Stafif 24 

Dispensary Report 29 

Mercy Hospital 29 

Hospital Staff 30 

Resident and Intern Staff 34 

Dispensary Staff 34 

Dispensary Report 37 

Baltimore City Hospitals— Staff 37 

Keman Hospital— Staff 39 

The School of Medicine 41 

History 41 

Buildings and Facilities 41 

Requirements for Admission 46 

AppHcation 46 

Minimum Requirements 46 

Combined Course in Arts and Sci- 
ences, and Medicine 47 

State Medical Student Qualifying Cer- 
tificates 48 

Definition of Residence Status 48 

Current Fees 49 

Rules for Payment of Fees 49 

Penalty for Non-Payment of Fees 49 

Reexamination Fee 50 

Student Activities and Service Fee .... 50 

Student Health Service 50 

General Rules 51 

Housing 53 

Parking 53 

Prizes 54 

Scholarships 55 

Loan Funds 57 

Organization of the Curriculum 58 

Anaesthesiology 84 

Art as Applied to Medicine 85 

Bacteriology and Immunology 60 

Biological Chemistry 61 

Clim'cal Pathology 67 

Dentistry 79 



Dermatology and Syphilology 71 

Gastro-Enterology 68 

Genito-Urinary Surgery 76 

Anatomy, Gross, Neuro- Microscopic, 

and Developmental 59 

Gynecology 82 

History of Medicine 85 

Hygiene and PubUc Health 71 

Industrial Medicine and Surgery 80 

Legal Medicine 71 

Medicine 63 

Neurological Surgery 78 

Neurology 70 

Obstetrics 81 

Oncology 78 

Ophthalmology 83 

Orthopaedic Surgery 75 

Otology 77 

Pathology 62 

Pediatrics 69 

Pharmacology 61 

Physiology 60 

Plastic Surgery 81 

Postgraduate Courses 85 

Proctolog}' 77 

Psychiatry 68 

Rhinology and Laryngology 75 

Roentgenology 84 

Speech Training 81 

Surgery 72 

Schedules of Courses 88 

Graduates, June 4, 1949 93 

Internships, Graduates of June 4, 

1949 95 

Matriculates, September 16, 1948 to June 

4, 1949 96 

Post Graduate Students, July 1, 1948 

to June 30, 1949 102 

Summary of Students, September 16, 

1948 to June 4, 1949 105 

Geographical Distribution of Students, 
September 16, 1948 to June 4, 1949 105 

Medical Alumni Association 106 

Endowment Fund 106 

University of Maryland School of 

Nursing 107 

Mercy Hospital School of Nursing 108 

Index of Names 109 



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1951 


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' ' ' 1 



CALENDAR 

Academic Year — September 22, 1949 to June 10, 1950 



1949 
September 12, 13, 14 



Re-examinations for advancement 



FIRST SEMESTER— September 22, 1949 to January 28, 1950 



September 20 
September 21 
September 22 
November 23 

November 28 
December 20 

1950 

January 3 

January 23 

to 

January 28 



January 30 

February 21 

February 22 

February 23 

April 5 



April 
May 
May 

May 
June 
June 



13 
22 
29 

30 

3 

10 



Tuesday *Registration, payment of fees, freshmen and sophomores 
Wednesday *Registration, payment of fees, all other students 
Thursday Instruction begins at 8.30 A.M. 
Wednesday Instruction suspended at 5.00 P.M. 

Thanksgiving Holidays 
Monday Instruction resumed 

Tuesday Instruction suspended at 5.00 P.M. 

Christmas Holidays 

Tuesday Instruction resumed 
Monday Midyear examinations 

*Payment of fees for second semester 
Saturday First semester completed 2.00 P.M. 

SECOND SEMESTER— January 30 to June 10, 1950 

Monday Instruction begins at 8 . 30 A.M. 

Tuesday Instruction suspended at 5 . 00 P.M. 
Wednesday Holiday — Washington's Birthday 
Thursday Instruction resumed 
Wednesday Instruction suspended at 5.00 P.M. 

Easter Holidays 
Thursday Instruction resumed 
Monday Junior examinations begin 

Monday Junior examinations continue 

Sophomore and Freshmen examinations begin 
Tuesday Holiday — Memorial Day 
Saturday Announcement of graduates 
Saturday Commencement 

Second semester completed at 12.30 P.M. 



PARTIAL CALENDAR FOR 1950-1951 
1950 
September 11, 12, 13 Re-examinations for advancement 

September 19 Tuesday *Registration, payment of fees, freshmen and sophomores 
September 19 Tuesday *Registration, payment of fees, freshmen and sophomores 
September 20 Wednesday *Registration, payment of fees all other students 
September 21 Thursday Instruction begins at 8.30 A.M. 



* A student ^Aho fails to register prior to or within the day or days specified will be 
called upon to pay a late registration fee of five dollars ($5.00). The last day of registra- 
tion with fee added to regular charges is Saturday of the week in which registration begins. 

The offices of the registrar and comptroller are open daily from 9 :00 A.M. to 5 : 00 P.M., 
and Saturday from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon. 

5 



ORGANIZATION 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Harry Clifton Byrd, B.S., LL.D., D.Sc, President and Executive Officer 



BOARD OF REGENTS 

William P. Cole, Jr., Chairman Baltimore 

Stanford Z. Rothschild, Secretary Baltimore 

J. Milton Patterson, Treasurer Baltimore 

Peter W. Chichester Frederick 

Edward F. Holter Middletown 

E. Paul Knotts Denton 

Charles P. McCormick Baltimore 

Harry H. Nuttle Denton 

Philip C. Turner Baltimore 

Millard E. Tydings Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. John L. Whitehurst Baltimore 



Term Expires 

. . 1949 

. . 1952 

. . 1953 

. . 1951 

. . 1950 

. . 1954 

. . 1957 

. . 1957 

. . 1950 

. . 1951 

. . 1956 



Members of the Board are appointed by the Governor of the State for terms of 
nine years each, beginning the first Monday in June. 

The President of the University of Mar>dand is, by law, Executive Officer of the 
Board. 

A regular meeting of the Board is held the third Friday in each month, except 
during the months of July and August. 

Each school has its own Faculty Council, composed of the Dean and members 
of its faculty; each Faculty Council controls the internal affairs of the group it 
represents. 

The University has the following educational organizations: 



At Baltimore 

The School of Dentistry 
The School of Law 
The School of Medicine 
The School of Nursing 
The School of Pharmacy 
The College of Education 
(Baltimore Division) 

At College Park 

The College of Agricultural 
The College of Arts and Sciences 



The College of Business and Public 

Administration 
The College of Commerce 
The College ot Education 
The College of Engineering 
The College of Home Economics 
The Graduate School 
The Department of Military 

Science and Tactics 
The Department of Physical 

Education and Recreation 
The Summer School 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 

School of Medicine 

H. C. Byrd, B.S., L.L.D., D.Sc President of the University 

Maurice C. PincolTs, B.S., M.D., Assistant to the President 

H. Boyd Wylie, M.D Dean 

O. G. Hame Assistant to the Dean 

Alma H. Preinkert, M.A Registrar 

Edgar F. Long, Ph.D Director of Admissions 

7 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 



EMERITI 

J. Frank Crouch, M.D, . . .Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and Otology, Emeritus 
Harry Friedenwald, A.B., M.D., D.H.L., D.Sc. Professor of Ophthalmology, Emeritus 
J. M. H. Rowland, M.D., D.Sc, LL.D. 

Professor of Obstetrics, Emeritus; Dean, Emeritus 

J. Dawson Reeder, M.D Professor of Proctology, Emeritus* 

Henry J. Walton, M.D Professor of Roentgenology, Emeritus 

Page Edjiunds, M.D Professor of Traumatic Surgery, Emeritus 

Ruth Lee Briscoe Librarian, Emeritus 

Albertus Cotton, M.A., M.D.. Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, and Roentgenology, 

Emeritus 

Joseph E. Gichner, M.D Professor of Clinical Medicine and Physical Therapeutics, 

Emeritus*'* 

Harvey G. Beck, M.D., D.Sc Professor of Clinical Medicine, Emeritus 

Irving J. Spear, M.D Professor of Neurology, Emeritus 

Carl L. Davis, M.D Professor of Anatomy, Emeritus 

Arthur M. Shipley, M.D., D.Sc Professor of Surgery, Emeritus 

Clyde A. Clapp, M.D Professor of Ophthalmology, Emeritus 

Andrew C. Gillis, M.A., M.D., LL.D Professor of Neurology, Emeritus 

FACULTY BOARD 

Dean H. Boyd Wylie, Chairman 
0. G. Harne, Secretary 

Jacob E. Finesinger 
A. H. Finkelstein 
Leon Freedom 
Edg.\r B. Friedenwald 
Thoaias K. Galvin 
Moses Gellman 
Frank W. Hachtel 
Edward J. Herbst 
Cyrus F. Horine 
J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Elliott H. Hutchins 
Edward S. Johnson 
F. L. Jennings 
C. Loring Joslin 
Walter L. Kilby 
Edward A. Kitlowski 
Vernon E. Krahl 
John C. Krantz, Jr. 
Louis A. M. Krause 
Kenneth D. Legge 
R. W. Locher 



William R. Amberson 
Franklin B. Anderson 
James G. Arnold, Jr. 
Walter A. Baetjer 
Charles Bagley, Jr. 
J. Edmund Bradley 
Otto C. Brantigan 
Howard M. Bubert 
T. Nelson Carey 
C. Jelleff Carr 
Thomas R. Chambers 
Carl Dame Clarke 
Paul W. Clough 
Richard G. Coblentz 
Beverley C. Compton 
Charles N. Davidson 
Louis H. Douglass 
C. Reid Edwards 
Monte Edwards 
Frederick P. Ferguson 
Frank H. J. Figge 



Edward A. Looper 
William S. Love, Jr. 
John F. Lutz 
Stanley H. Macht 
Charles W. Maxson 
Zachariah ^Morgan 
Theodore H. Morrison 
Alfred T. Nelson 
Emil Novak 
Thomas R. O'Rourk 

C. W. Peake 

D. J. Pessagno 
H. R. Peters 
Maurice C. Pincoffs 
J. Morris Reese 
Charles A. 

Reifschneider 
Dexter L. Reimant^ 
Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 
Harry L. Rogers 



5 Died Nov. 18, 1948. 
6^ Died March 8, 1949. 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 



Milton S. Sacks 
Emil G. Schmidt 
Andrew G . Smith 
Dietrich C. Smith 
R. Dale Smith 
William H. Smith 
Hugh R. Spencer 
Thomas P. Sprunt 



Edward Steers 
W. Houston Toulson 
Eduard Uhlenhuth 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Allen F. Voshell 
John A. Wagner 
Grant E. Ward 
C. Gardner Warner 



Huntington Williams 
Walter D. Wise 
Theodore E. Woodward 
Thomas C. Wolff 
Robert B. Wright 
George H. Yeager 
Waitman F. Zinn 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE FACULTY 



Dean H. Boyd Wylee, Chmrman 
O. G. Harne, Secretary 



J. Edmund Bradley 
T. Nelson Carey 
Louis H. Douglass 
Charles Reid Edwards 



Jacob E. Finesinger 
Frank W. Hachtel 
J, Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Emil G. Schmidt 



Hugh R. Spencer 
FACULTY OF MEDICINE 

PROFESSORS 

Myron S. Aisenberg, D.D.S., Professor of Pathology, School of Dentistry. 

William R. Amberson, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology, and Head of the Department. 

Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D., Professor of Neurological Surgery. 

Joseph C. Biddix, Jr., D.D.S., Professor of Oral Diagnosis, School of Dentistry .^ 

J. Edmund Bradley, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics, and Head of the Department. ^ 

Otto C. Brantigan, B.S., M.D., Professor of Surgical x\natomy, and Professor of CHnical 

Surgery. 
T. Nelson Carey, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine and Chairman of the Department 

of iMedicine. 
Ross McC. Chapman, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry.^ 
Richard G. Coblentz, M.A., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 
Edward C. Dobbs, D.D.S., Professor of Pharmacology, School of Dentistry .^ 
Brice M. Dorsey, D.D.S., Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. 
Louis H. Douglass, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics, and Head of the Department. 
Charles Reid Edwards, M.D., Professor of Surgery, and Acting Head of the Department. 
Monte Edwards, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery and Professor of Proctology. 

It is to be noted that for convenience of reference the names of the mem- 
bers of the Faculty are listed in the forepart of this catalogue in alphabetical 
order. The names are listed in order of seniority under each preclinical and 
clinical department of the school on subsequent pages. 

On the lists of the Faculty of Medicine and Fellows and the Hospital and Dispensary 
staffs are given the names and positions assigned during the period July 1, 1948 to June 30, 
1949 unless otherwise indicated. Changes are noted as follows: 

^ Appointments effective July 1, 1949. 
2 Promotion effective July 1, 1949. 



3 Resigned. 

4 Retired. 

6 Died Sept. 24, 
^ On leave. 



1948. 



10 TUE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Ray Ehrcnsberger, Ph.D., Professor of Speech, College of Arts and Sciences.^ 

Frank H. J. Figge. Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy.^ 

Jacob E. Finesinger, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, and Head of the Department.^^ 

H. K. Fleck, M.D., Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology.* 

Edgar B. Friedenwald, M.D., Professor of Clinical Pediatrics. 

Thomas K, Galvin, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gynecology. 

Grason W. Gaver, D.D.S., Professor of Dental Prosthetics, School of Dentistry. 

Andrew C. Gillis, M.A., M.D., LL.D., Professor of Xeurology.^^ 

Frank W. Hachtel, M.D., Professor of Bacteriology, and Head of the Department. 

Harry C, Hull, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr., M.A., M.D., Professor of Gynecology, and Head of the Department. 

Elliott H. Hutchins, M.A., M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

F. L. Jennings, M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

C. Loring Joslin, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics. 

Walter L. Kilby, M.D., Professor of Roentgenology, and Head of the Department. 
Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D., Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery. 
John C. Krantz, Jr., Ph.D., D.Sc, Professor of Pharmocology, and Head of the Depart- 
ment. 
Louis A. M. Krause, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Kenneth D. Legge, M.D., Professor of Clinical Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

G. Carroll Lockard, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine.^ 

Edward A. Looper, M.D., D.Oph., Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology. 
Theodore H. Morrison, M.D., Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterolcgy. 
Ernest B. Nuttall, D.D.S., Professor of Crown and Bridge, School of Dentistry. 
Thomas R. O'Rourk, M.D., Clinical Professor of Otology, Associate Professor of Rhinology 
and Laryngology. 

D. J. Pessagno, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

H. Ra>-mond Peters, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Maurice C. Pincoffs, B.S., M.D., Professor of Medicine, and Head of the Department. 

Kyrle W. Preis, D.D.S., Professor of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry.^ 

Kenneth V. Randolph, D.D.S., Professor of Operative Dentistry, School of Dentistry. 

Charles A. Reifschneider, M.D., Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery. 

Harry L. Rogers, M.D., Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Harry M, Robinson, Sr., M.D., Professor of Dermatology. 

Emil G. Schmidt, Ph.D., LL.B., Professor of Biological Chemistry, and Head of the De- 
partment. 

Dietrich Conrad Smith, Ph.D., Professor of Physiology .- 

Hugh R. Spencer, M.D., Professor of Pathology, and Head of the Department. 

Thomas P. Sprunt, A.B., M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 

W. Houston Toulson, M.Sc, M.D., Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Ralph P. Truitt, M.D., Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, and^^ Chairman of the Depart- 
ment.3 

Eduard Uhlenhuth, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy, and Head of the Department. 

i« Appointment effective Oct. 21, 1948. 
^^ Appointment effective May 10, 1949. 
''^ Appointment effective Sept. 1, 1949. 
^ Resignation effective July 1, 1949. 
' Retired Oct. 2, 1948. 

5 Died August 7, 1949. 

6 On leave (part time) Feb. 1, to May 31, 1949. 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE 11 

Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B., M.D., Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Huntington Williams, M.D., Dr. P.H., Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

Walter D. Wise, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 

George H. Yeager, B.S., M.D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Waitman F. Zinn, M.D., Clinical Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology. 

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

Franklin B, Anderson, M.D., Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology, and 
Otology. 

Merle Ansberry, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Speech, College of Arts and Sciences.' 

James G. Arnold, Jr., M.D., Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery. 

Walter A. Baetjer, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine, 

H. M. Bubert, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

C. JelleS Carr, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pharmacology. 

Thomas R. Chambers, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Carl Da mp Cjpyrlcp, Asar)rla.f e Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Paul W. Clough, B.S., ^LD., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Charles N. Davidson, M.D., Associate Professor of Roentgenology. 

Ross Davies, M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

J. S. Eastland, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

A. H. Finkelstein, M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 

Leon Freedom, ALD., Associate Professor of Neurology, and Associate in Pathology. 

Moses GeUman, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Lewis P. Gundry, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine.^ 

O. G. Hame, Associate Professor of Anatomy, and Asst. to the Dean. 

Hugh H. Hicks, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Periodontology,^ School of Dentistry, 

Horace Hodes, M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health. 

Cyrus F. Horine, ^LD., Associate Professor of Surger>'. 

Albert Jaffe, ALD., Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

Edward S. Johnson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Vernon E, Krahl, B,S,, M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

Frederick T, Kyper, M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Rhinology, Laryngology and 
Bronchoscopy, Instructor in Otology .^ 

R, W. Locher, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery, 

William S, Love, Jr,, A.B,, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Howard J. Maldeis, M,D,, Associate Professor of Legal Medicine and Associate in Path- 
ology,^ 

Charles W. Maxson, M,D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

Walter C. Merkel, A.B., ALD., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

Samuel Morrison, A.B,, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine^, Associate Professor of 
Gastro-enterology,^ 

James W, Nelson, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery.^ 

H. Whitman Newell, M,D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 

Emil Novak, A.B., M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Obstetrics. 

C, W, Peake, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 

J, Morris Reese, M.D., Associate Professor of Obstetrics, 

Dexter L. Reimann, B. S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology.^ 

Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology, 
Associate in Otology. 

5 Died January 15, 1949. 



12 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND J 

Milton S, Sacks, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of Clinical Pathology, 

Associate in Pathology. 
Frederick B. Smith, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. 

R. Dale Smith, Ph. D., Associate Profe^or of Anatomy .2 ■ 

Edward Steers, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Bacteriology. ^ ■ 

Lewis C. Toomey, D.D.S., Associate Professor of Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry. ^ 
I. Ridgeway Trimble, M.D., Associate Professor. of Surgery .2 
William H. Smith, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Henry F. Ullrich, M.D., D.Sc, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. 
John A. Wagner, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology .^ 
W. Wallace Walker, M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy .2 
Grant E. Ward, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Surgery and Oral Surgery. 

C. Gardner Warner, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

William H. F. Warthen, A.B., M.D., Associate Professor of Hygiene & PubUc Health. 

Glenn S. Weiland, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biochemistry,^ 

Thomas C. Wolff, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine, and Head of Physical Diagnosis. 

Theodore E. Woodward, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine 

Robert B. Wright, B.S., M.D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 

Thurston R. Adams, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 

Donald J. Bamett, M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology.^ 

H. F. Bongardt, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 

Leo Brady, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology. 

Simon H. Brager, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology. 

Beverley C. Compton, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology.^ 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology .^ 

Edward F. Cotter, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine, Associate in Neurology. 

J. G. N. Gushing, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

William K. Diehl, M.D., Assistant Professor of G>^lecolog>^2 

Everett S. Diggs, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Gynecology .^ 

John S. Dumler, B.S., M.D., Assistent Professor of GjTiecology.^ 

William W. Elgin, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry-. 

Francis A. Ellis, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology. 

Maurice Feldman, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 

Frederick P. Ferguson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology.^ 

Jerome Fineman, M.D,, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics.^ 

Wetherbee Fort, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Frank J. Geraghty, M.D,, Assistant Professor of Medicine. 

Francis W. Gillis, M.D., Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Samuel S. Click, M,D,, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. 

Harry Goldsmith, M.D,, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 

Albert E. Goldstein, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology. 

George Govatos, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery.^ 

Edward J. Herbst, Ph.D,, Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry.^ 

John F. Hogan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery .2 

Harry K. Iwamota, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology. 

D. Frank Kaltreider, A.B., M.D,, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics.* 
Fayne A. Kayser, M.D,, Assistant Professor of Rhinolog}' and Laryngology. 



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F. Edwin Knowles, Jr., M.D., Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Chairman 

of the Department.2 
H. Vernon Langeluttig, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Philip L. Lemer, M.D., Assistant Professor of Neurology. 
Hans VV. Loewald, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
John F, Lutz, A.B., M.D,, Assistant Professor of Anatomy. 
Stanley H. Macht, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 
Howard B. Mays, M.D., Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery and Instructor in 

Pathology. 
W. Raymond McKinsey, M.D., Assistant Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology.^ 
Zachariah Morgan, M.D., Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology. 
Harry M. Murdock, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
George McLean, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Alfred T. Nelson, M.D., Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, and Chairman of the 

Department. 
M. Alexander Novey, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics.^ 
Wilber 0. Ramsey, D.D.S., Assistant Professor of CHnical Dental Prosthesis, School of 

Dentistry.^ 
I. 0. Ridgely, M.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery. 
William F. Rienhoff, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery .2 
Harry M. Robinson, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Associate in 

Medicine. 
Irving Rothchild, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology .^'^ 
John E. Savage, B.S., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 
Kathyrn L. Schultz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry .2 
Theodore A. Schwartz, M.D., Assistant Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology .2 
William M. Seabold, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics.^^ 

William B. Settle, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgical Anatomy^and Associate in Surgery.^ 
Isadore A. Siegel, A.B., M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. 
Andrew G. Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology .2^' 
Edward P. Smith, M.D., Ph.G., Assistant Professor of G>Tiecology. 
Sol Smith, M.D., Assistant Professor of Medicine. 
Philip S. Wagner, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. 
Gibson J. Wells, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pediatrics.^ 
Milton J. Wilder, M.D., Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery .2 
Asa D. Young, M.D., Assistant Professor of Roentgenology. 

ASSOCIATES 

Conrad B. Acton, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Marie A. Andersch, Ph.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Margaret B. Ballard, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

Eugene S. Bereston, A.B., M.D., Associate in Dermatology. 

Kenneth B. Boyd, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology and Assistant in Obstetrics. 

'* Appointment effective November 1, 1948 to June 30, 1949. 

2a Effective Oct. 15, 1948. 

2b Appointment effective Feb. 1, 1950. 

2« Appointment effective Nov. 1, 1948 to June 30, 1949. 

6 Died July 16, 1949. 



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V. V. Brunst, Sc.D., Research Associate in Anatomy.'* 

Harold H. Burns, M.D., Associate in Surgery. 2 

M. Paul Byerly, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Osborne D. Christensen, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics.^ 

W. A. H. Councill, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery.' 

Kathryn Dice, Ed.D., Associate in Clinical Psychology.^'' 

Francis G. Dickey, M.D., Associate in Medicine. . 

D. McClelland Dixon, M.D., Associate in Obstetrics and Instructor in Pathology. 

J. J. Erwin, M.D,, Associate in G>'necology. 

L. K. Fargo, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

William L. Fearing, M.D., Associate in Neurology. 

Samuel L. Fox, M.D., Associate in Rhinology, Laryngology and Otology. 

Irving Freeman, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

William L. Garlick, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery.^ 

Raymond F. Helfrich, A.B., M.D,, Associate in Surgery. 

W. Grafton Herspberger, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

John T. Hibbitts, M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Henry W. D. Holljes, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Z. Vance Hooper, M.D., Associate in Gastro-Enterology. 

Clewell Howell, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Benjamin H. Isaacs, A.B., M.D., Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology .' 

Meyer W. Jacobson, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Joseph V. Jerardi, B.S., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Hugh J. Jewett, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery .2 

Arthur Karfgin, B.S., M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Joseph I. Kemler, M.D., Associate in Ophthalmology. 

Elizabeth LaForge, M.S.S., Associate in Psychiatric Social Work.^'' 

C. Edward Leach, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Samuel Legum, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Kurt Levy, M.D., Associate in Medicine.^ 

Ephraim T. Lisansky, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

G. Bowers Mansdorfer, B.S., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Henry J. L. Marriott, M.A., B.M., Associate in Medicine.' 

I. H. Maseritz, M.D., Associate in Orthopaedic Surger>'. 

Karl F. Mech, B.S., M.D., Associate in Anatomy^ and Instructor in Pathology. 

Lyle J. Millan, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Frank K. Morris, A.B., M.D., Associate in Gynecology. 

Hugh B. McNally, B.S., M.D., Associate in Obstetrics. 

S. Edwin Muller, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Herbert E. Reifschneider, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy.* 

Robert A. Reiter, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Samuel T. R. Revell, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Henry L. Rigdon, M.D., Associate in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 

R. C. V. Robinson, M.D., Associate in Dermatology. 

Sidney Scherlis, M.D., Associate in Medicine. '° 

1* Appointment effective Sept. 1, 1948. 
1^ Appointment effective Jan. 1, 1950. 
1= Appointment effective Nov. 1, 1948. 
6 Died March 26, 1949. 



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William M. Seabold, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Lavirence M. Serra, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

A. Albert Shapiro, B.S., M.D., Associate in Dermatology. 

Arthur G. Siwinski, A.B., M.D., Associate in Surgery. 

Benedict Skitarelic, A.B., M.D., Associate in Pathology. 

Harry A. Teitlebaum, B.S., M.D., Ph.D., Associate in Neurology. 

Isadore Tuerk, M.D., Associate in Psychiatry. 

William K. Waller, M.D., Associate in Medicine. 

Austin H. Wood, M.D., Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Israel Zeligman, A.B., M.D., Associate in Dermatology. 

LECTURERS 

Jonas Friedemvald, M.A., M.D., Lecturer in Ophthalmic Pathology. 

Amedeo S. Marrazzi, M.D., Lecturer in Pharmacology.^" 

Joseph M. Miller, M.D., Lecturer in Surgery. 

William H. Summerson, Ph.D., Lecturer in Biological Chemistry. 

INSTRUCTORS 

A. Russell Anderson, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Leon Ashman, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Charles P. Barnett, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology.^ 

Edmund G. Beacham, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Harry McB. Beck, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology .2 

Robert Z. Berry, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Rhinology and Larjmgology.^ 

John Z. Bowers, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Harry C. Bowie, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. 

Thomas S. Bowyer, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology and Assistant in Obstetrics. 

George H. Brouillet, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Ann Virginia Brown, A.B., Instructor in Biological Chemistry. 

J. E. Brumback, Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology .^ 

Samuel H. Bryant, A.B., D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Diagnosis, School of Dentistry. 

William J. Br>'son, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Lucile J. Caldwell, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

Joseph P. Cappuccio, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Surgery, School of Dentistry.^ 

Thomas A. Christensen, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics.^^ 

Richard J. Colfer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pathology 

Joseph M. Cordi, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Stuart G. Coughlan, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Richard J. Cross, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology.' 

Raymond M. Cunningham, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Proctology^ and Assistant in 

Surgery. 
John R. Davis, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

W. Allen Deckert, A.B., M.D., Instructor in G>'necology and Assistant in Surgery. 
William A. Dodd, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology.- 

Charles H, Doeller, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology' ,2 and Assistant in Obstetrics. 
William C. DuSy, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology .^ 

^* Appointment efiFective April 1, 1949. 

^^ Appointment effective July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1949. 



16 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Martha C. Eaton, A.B., Sc.M., Instructor in Hygiene and Public Health.'* 

Ernest S. Edlow, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology. 

Donald E. Fisher, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 2 

Philip D. Flynn, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Paul N. Friedman, A.B., M.D,, Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Gerald A. Galvin, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology.^* 

L. Calvin Gareis, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pathology.^ 

Jason H. Gaskel, M.D., Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Russell Gighotti, D.D.S., Instructor in Oral Diagnosis School of Dentistry. 

H. L. Granoff, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology .^ 

John S. Haines, M.D., Instructor in Genito-Urinary Surgery .2 

Samuel J. Hankin, M.D. Instructor in Medicine. 

Alvin J. Hartz, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Mary L. Hayleck, M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Robert F. Healy, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Donald B. Hebb, M.D., Instructor in Proctology^ and Assistant in Surgery. 

WOliam G. Helfrich, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicme. 

Benjamin Highstein, M.D., Instructor in Dermatology. 

Mark B. Hollander, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Dermatology and Syphilology. 

Calvin Hyman, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Conrad L. Inman, D.D.S., Instructor in Anesthesiology, School of Dentistry.' 

Edward S. Kallins, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

William H. Kammer, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Harry F. Kane, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology .^ 

Theodore Kardash, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology^ and Pathology.' 

Clyde F. Kams, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

A. Kremen, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Louis J. Kroll, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Arnold F. Lavenstein, Instructor in Pediatrics. 

F. Ford Loker, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery .2 

Helen I. Maginnis, M.D., Instructor in Gynecology .^ 

Charles B. Marek, M.D., Instructor in G>'necology.2 

Joseph H. Marshall, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

D. J. McHenry, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology .2 

Margaret E. Mellott, B.S., Instructor in Biochemistry.' 

Israel P. Meranski, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

J. Duer Moores, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surger>'. 

J. Huff Morrison, M.D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 

S. Edwin Muller, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Joseph E. Muse, Jr., B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Ruth Musser, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacology. 

John A. Myers, M.E.E., M.D., Instructor in Medicine, Assistant in Gastro-Enterology. 

Francis J. McLaughlin, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Samuel Novey, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry, 

M. Paul Padget, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Richard H. Pembroke, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 

Patrick C. Phelan, Jr., Instructor in Surgery. ^ 

Ross Z. Pierpont, M.D., Instructor in Surgical Anatomy. 

Samuel E. Proctor, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

'^ Appointment efltective Oct. 1, 1948, to June 30, 1949. 
3a Resigned December 23, 1948. 



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Phoebe'Rich, M.S.S., Instructor in Psychiatric Social Work.^» 

Daniel R. Robinson, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Seymour W. Rubin, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 

William J. Rysanek, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology.^ 

Clarence P. Scarborough, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

John F. Schaefer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

Joseph C. Sheehan, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology .^ 

Robert C. Sheppard, M.D., Instructor in Surgery. 

E. Roderick Shipley, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Surgery.^ 

Albert J. Shochat, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Gastro-Enterology. 

Ruby A. Smith, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Ophthalmology. 

Melchijah Spragins, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Pediatrics.^^ 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr., M.D., Instructor in Surgery .2 

Cleo D. Stiles, M.D., instructor in Ophthalmology. 

William T. Supik, M.D., Insrtuctor in Proctology .^ 

David Tenner, M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Raymond K. Thompson, B.S., M.D., Instructor and Director of Research in Neurological 

Surgery .2 
Wilfred H. Townshend, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Robert B. Tunney, A.B., M.D., Instructor in Gynecology.^ 
William D. VandeGrift, M.D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Harold L. Vyner, M.D., Instructor in Psychiatry. 
Frederick J. Vollmer, B.S., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 
Daniel Wilfson, Jr., A.B., M.D., Instructor in Medicine. 

ASSISTANTS 

A. Maynard Bacon, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics.^ 

Ernest E. Banfield, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery.^" 

Jane L. Bleakley, Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine.^ 

Ross C. Brooks, M.D., Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology.'^ 

Frances C. Brown, A.B., Assistant in Physiology. 

Joseph G. Bird, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Pharmacology. 

A. V. Buchness, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

John W. Chambers, M.D., Assistant in Surgery, and Neurological Surgery. 

L. T. Chance, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Jerome Cohn, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Jonas Cohen, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Morris M. Cohen, M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 

Sara Cook, M.D., Assistant in Post Graduate Medicine.^'^ 

Donald D. Cooper, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

Samuel H. Culver, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

E. Hollister Davis, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesia. 

George H. Davis, M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

John B. Delioff, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Michael L. DeVincentis, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery .2 

William C. Dunnigan, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

^» Appointment effective Jan. 1, 1950. 
'^ xA.ppointment effective September 24, 1948. 
'" Appointment effective January 1, 1949. 
'•^ Appointment effective September 9, 1949. 



18 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Morris A. Fine, ]M.D., Assistant in Medicine and Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

Audrey M. Funk, A.B., Assistant in Medicine. 

William H. Fusting, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

L. Calvin Gareis, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

William R. Geraghty, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

Louis F. Goodman, M.D., Assistant in Surgery.^ 

Richard D. Grill, Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Joseph B. Gross, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Charles W. Hawkins, M.D., Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery. ^ 

L. Ann Hellen, B.S., Assistant in Medicine. 

Sylvia Himmelfarb, A.B., Assistant in Physiology. 

John H. Hirschfeld, M.A., Assistant in Laryngology and Medicine.^" 

William A. Holbrook, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^^ 

John V. Hopkins, M.D., Assistant in Orthopaedic Surgery. 

Rollin C. Hudson, M.D,, Assistant in Medicine. 

Robert W. Johnson, UI, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Plastic Surgery.''^ 

James R. Kams, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Medicine, and Physician in charge of Medical 

care of Students. 
Schuyler G. Kohn, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
.Alfred S. Lederman, Assistant in Gastro-Enterology. 
Frank E. Leslie, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Lorman L. Levinson, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics.^® 
V. Harwood Link, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Dermatology. 
W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Howard B. McElwain, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
John C. Osborne, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Frank J. Otanasek, M.D., Assistant in Neurological Surgery. 
Ross Z. Pierpont, M.D., Assistant in Surgery.^ 
Susan R. Pincoffs, R.N., Assistant in Medicine.^ 
Hazel Y. Pruitt, Assistant in Bacteriology. 
Frederick M. Reese, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Ophthalmology. 
William F. Renner, M.D., Assistant in Medicine.^*^ 
James Russo, M.D., Assistant in Anaesthesiology. 
J. King B. E. Seegar, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 
Jerome Sherman, ^LD., Assistant in Medicine.^'' 
E. Roderick Shipley, A.B., M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Elizabeth Smith, M.S.S., Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work." 
Samuel Snyder, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
0. Walter Spurrier, M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Carl Christian Stein, Assistant in Art as Applied to Medicine.^ 
Stuart D. Sunday, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Adam Swiss, M.D., .Assistant in Medicine. 
T. J. Touhey, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 
Stephen J. Van Lill, HI, A.B., M.D., x\ssistant in Medicine. 
William Earl Weeks, ^LD., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

^^ Appointment eSective Oct. 7, 1948. 

lb Appointment effective Sept. 13, 1948 to June 30, 1949. 

i'^ Appointment effective Sept. 1, 1948. 

^^ Appointment effective Jan. 24, to May 28, 1949. 

1^ Appointment effective June 1, 1949. 

" Appointment effective Jan. 1, 1950. 



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J.'Carlton VVich, B.S., M.D., Assistant in Pediatrics. 
Marcella^jWiseman, M.S.S., Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work.^"^ 
Thomas L. VVorsley, M.D., Assistant in Medicine. 
Howard L. Zupnik, M.D., Assistant in Surgery. 

FELLOWS 

Phillip R. Apffel, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry.^* 

Ruth W. Baldwin, A.B., M.D., Fellow in Pediatrics.ib 

Frederick K. Bell, Ph.D., U. S. Pharmacopoeia Fellow. 

Harold P. Biehl, National Cancer Research Trainee.^ 

Joseph G. Bird, A.B., M.D., Fellow in Pharmacology. 

George W. Bradford, AI.D., Baltimore Rh Laboratory, Fellow in Medicine.' 

Raymond M. Burgison, M.S., Fellow in Pharmacology." 

Robert G. Chambers, M.D., National Cancer Research Trainee. 

Russell Lee Christopher, Weaver Fellow in Anatomy.^'' 

Sarah Cook, M.D., Fellow in Pediatrics.^^ 

Robert M. N. Crosby, M.D., Hitchcock Fellow in Neurological Surgery.^ 

John M. Dennis, B.S., M.D., Fellow in Roentgenology. 

Mary S. Fassel, A.B., Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology.^^ 

Joseph A. Guiibeau, Jr., M.D., Baltimore Rh Laboratory Fellow in Obstetrics' 

John B. Harman, B.S., Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology.^*^ 

Dorothy H. Hubbard, Weaver Fellow in Biological Chemistry.^ 

Dewitt T. Hunter, Weaver Fellow in Anatomy.^® 

Frederick Go-Kiatsu, B.S., M.D., Fellow in Pediatrics.!** 

Raymond F. Kline, B.S., M.S., Porter Fellow in Physiology. 

Chi Chan Ling, Ph.C, M.S., Ohio Chemical Co. Fellow in Pharmacology.i*^ 

William E. Loechel, Fellow in Anatomy.^j 

Arlie R. Mansberger, Jr., M.D., Research Fellow in Surgery. ^i' 

Marion A. Marfy, M.A., Fellow in Clinical Psychology.^* 

Suzanne Mohler, B.S., Fellow in Psychiatry.^* 

J. Pomeroy Nichols, M.D., Hofifberger Fellow in Neurological Surgery. ^ 

John C. Ozazewski, M.D., Fellow in Neuro-Surgery.^'^ 

John W. Pence, Fellow in Pharmacology.^^- '^ 

Aaron Podolnick, B.S., M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry. 

Ruth Rabinovitch, A.B., M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry.^* 

C. L. Spurling, M.D., Baltimore Rh Laboratory Fellow in Medicine.^ 

Wm. Stark, M.D., Fellow in Psychiatry.^* 

Edward B. Truitt, B.S., Markle Fellow in Pharmacology. 

Robert T. Walker, M.D., Fellow in Medicine.^ 

Geraldine F. Wolfe, B.S., U.S.P.H. Fellow in Anatomy.^ 

!* Appointment effective September 16, 1948. 

^^ Appointment effective July 1, 1949 to June 30, 1950. 

^^ Appointment effective January 1, 1949 to June 30, 1949. 

^^ Appointment effective June 1, to August 31, 1949. 

'f Appointment effective October 1, 1948 to July 31, 1949. 

'8 Appointment effective October 1, 1948 to September 30, 1949. 

1^ Appointment effective September 1, 1949 to August 31, 1950 

!' Appointment effective October 1, 1949 to September 30, 1950. 

!j Appointment effective July 1, to Aug. 31, 1949. 

^^ Appointment effective Jan. 1, 1950. 

'b Resigned June 30, 1949. 



20 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

RESEARCH ASSISTANTS 

Jane F. Beardsley, B.S., Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry.^^ 
Norma F, McElvain, Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry.** 

EXTRAMURAL ASSISTANT RESIDENTS IN MEDICINE 

John F. Benson, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine. ^ 
Howard E. Hall, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine.^ 
WiUiam Roemmich, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine.^*^ 
Sidney J, Venable, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine.^ 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE STAFF 

John E. Savage, Chairman 
Theodore E. Woodward, Secretary 
Charles Rsm Edwards Alfred T. Nelson 

T. Nelson Carey Milton S. Sacks 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. J. Edmund Bradley 

Louis H. Douglass George H. Yeager 

Walter L. Kllby F. Edwin Knowles 

Elected Members Term Expires 

Ephraim T. Lisansky 1949 

A. H. Finkelstein 1949 

Howard B. Mays 1949 

Harry C. Hull 1949 

Samuel T. H. Revell, Jr 1950 

Henry F. Ullrich 1950 

Maurice C. Pincoffs, Assistant to the President \ 

H. Boyd Wylie, Dean \ Ex officio members 

George H. Buck, Director of the University Hospital] 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 

George H. Buck, Director 

Physicians-in-Chief [Maurice C. Pincoffs 

\T. Nelson Carey 

[Thomas P. Sprunt 

Physicians \ Louis A. M. Krause 

[Williams S. Love, Jr. 

Gastro-Enterologist fFRANCis Dickey 

[Samuel Morrison 

i« Appointment effective September 1, 1949 to June 30, 1950. 
^^ Appointment effective Jan. 1, 1949 to June 30, 1949. 
3* Resigned, February 1, 1949. 



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UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 21 

(Irving J. Spear* 
Leon Freedom 
William Fearing 
Edward F. Cotter 

Psychiatrist-in-Chief Jacob E. Finesinger 

Psychiatrists fRALPH P. Truitt 

\H. Whitman Newell 

Pediatrician-in-Chief J. Edmund Bradley 

f C. LORING JOSLIN 

Pediatricians I Albert Jaefe 

I A. H. FiNKELSTEIN 

[William M. Seabold 
Dermalologist-in-ChieJ Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

Dermatologists J Francis A. Ellis 

\ Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 

Pathologist-in-CJiief Hugh R. Spencer 

Pathologists /Dexter L. Reimann 

\jonN A. Wagner 

Surgeon-in-Chief Charles Reid Edwards 

(George H. Yeager 
Otto C. Brantigan 
Charles A. Relfschneider 
[Harry C. Hull 

Neurological Surgeoti-in-Chief Charles Bagley, Jr. 

Neurological Surgeons /Richard G. Coblentz 

[James G. Arnold, Jr. 

Laryngologist-in-Chief Edward A. Looper 

Laryngologists /Franklin B. Anderson 

\ Thomas R. O'Rourk 

Proctologist-in-Chief Monte Edwards 

Proctologist Thurston R. Adams 

Orthopedic Surgeon-in-Chief Allen F. Voshell 

f Moses Gellman 

Orthopedic Surgeons | Henry F. Ullrich 

[Milton J. Wilder 

Genito-Urinary Surgeon-in-Chief W. Houston Toulson 

Genito-Urinary Surgeons f Lyle J. Milan 

\Howard B. Mays 

Dental Surgeon-in-Chief Brice M. Dorsey 

4 Retired. 



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Myron S. Aisenberg 
Joseph C. Biddix 
Samuel H. Bryant 
Joseph P. Cappuccio 
Edward C. Dobbs 
Grayson W. Gaver 
Dentists I Russell Gigliotti 

Hugh T. Hicks 
Conrad L. Inman 
Ernest B. Nuttall 
Kenneth V. Randolph 
Wilbur 0. Ramsey 
Lewis C. Toomey 

Roentgenologist-in-Chief Walter L. Kilby 

Roentgenologists TCharles N. Davidson 

[Donald J. Barnett 

Bronchoscopist-in-Chief Edward A. Looper 

Bronchoscopists TFrederick T. Kyper 

\John H. Hirschfeld 

Olologist-in-Chief Thomas R. O'Rourk 

Anesthesiologist-in-Chief Alfred T. Nelson 

Obstetrician-in-Chief Louis H. Douglass 

J. Morris Reese 

Obstetricians TIsadore A. Siegel 

John E. Savage 
Hugh B. McNally 

Ophthalmologist-in-Chief F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

Gynecologist-in-Chief J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Leo Brady 
Beverly C. Compton 
John C. Dumler 
William K. Diehl 
Everett S. Diggs 
Ernest I, Cornbrooks, Jr. 

Oncologist-in-Chief Grant E. Ward 

Oncologist J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Physical Therapist Grace E. Shaw 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 

July 1, 1949 to June 30, 1950 
Jose A. Alvarez, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery 
Robert C. Arrants, B.A., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
Joseph W. Baggett, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 
Thomas G. Barnes, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Robert E. Bauer, A.B., M.D., Resident in Medicine 
Raymond G. Berggreen, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Frank J. Brady, B.S., M.O., Resident ^n Anesthesiology 



Gynecologists 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL STAFF 23 

Frank E. Brumback, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Robert E. Cato, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Roentgenology^ 
RowELL, C. Cloninger, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
William C. Covey, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics (assigned to Gynecology) 
Garrett, E. Deane, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
John M. Dennis, B.S., M.D., Fellow in Roentgenology 
John E. Evans, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Joseph B. Ganey, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Richard A. Gilbert, M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 
Benjamin M. Gold, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
David B. Gray, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 

F. Robert Haase, B.S., M.D., Resident in Otorhinolaryngology and Ophthalmology 
Robert C. Hagan, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
Robert R. Hahn, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
Charles W. Hawkins, M.D., Resident in Urology 
John A. Hightow'er, M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
Mark E. Holt, Jr., B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
Richard D. Hoover, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Ann Howard, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Jerome Imburg, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
Blackburn S. Joslin, M.D., Resident in Pediatrics 
H. James Lambert, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Willi.\m D. Lynn. A.B., M.D,, Resident in Surgery 
Eugene R. McNinch, M.D., Assistant Resident in Roentgenology 
James R. McNinch, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
Louis Manganiello, A.B., M.D., Resident in Neurosurgery 
Gerald A. Martin, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine 
James V. Minor, Jr., A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 
John C. Ozazewski, M.D., Resident in Ophthalmology 
S. Malone Parham, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
W. Stuart Patterson, M.D., Assistant Resident in Obstetrics 
Benson C. Schwartz, M.D., Intern in Obstetrics 
James H. Shell, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Gynecology 

George W. Smith, M.D., Assistant Resident in Neurological Surgery — Assigned to Bal- 
timore City Hospitals. 
F. X. Paul Tinker, B.S., M.D., Resident in Gynecology 
John P. White, III, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
David R. Will, M.D., Assistant Resident in Surgery 
James R. Winterringer, B.S., M.D., Resident in Obstetrics 
Isaac C. Wright, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident in Medicine^ 
Latimer G. Young, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident in Pediatrics 

SENIOR INTERNS 

David Auld, A.B., M.D. Nicholas Mallis, M.D. 

James M. Bisanar, M.D. Fred R. McCrumb, M.D. 

John R. Hankins, B.A., M.D. William A. Niermann, M.D. 

Frederick J. Heldrich, Jr., M.D. Kyle L. Swisher, Jr., M.D, 

William J. Holloway, M.D. Frank J. Theuerkauf, Jr., M.D. 
H. Patterson Mack, jNI.D, 

1 Until October 31, 1949, 

2 Until September 30, 1949. 



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JUNIOR INTERNS 



Robert A. Abraham, B.S., M.D. 
Leonard Bachman, B.S., M.D. 
Edward J. Broaddus, M.D. 
Charles T. Henderson, M.D. 
Arthxtr F. Hoge, Jr., B.S., M.D. 



Edwin M. Hubbard, M.D. 
Edmund B. Middleton, M.D. 
Herbert K. Speers, M.D. 
John W. Stover, M.D, 
John F. Strahan, M.D. 



DENTAL INTERN 
Pedro H. Hernandez-Paralitici. D.D.S. 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 

Emma Winship, R.N. 

Dispensary Director 

DISPENSARY COMMITTEE 

George H. Yeager, Chairman 
Emma Winship, R.N., Secretary 



Allen Fiske Voshell 
Beverley C. Compton 

A. H. FmKELSTEIN 



Chief of Medical Clinic . 



Physicians , 



Chief of G astro -Enter ology Clinic 
Assistant Gastro-Enterologist .... 



Lewis P. Gundry 
Howard B. Mays 
J. Huff Morrison 



T. Nelson Carey 
Milton S. Sacks 
Frank J. Geraghty 
Edward F. Cotter 
Irving Freeman 
M. Paul Byerly 
William K. Waller 
E. T. Lisansky 
Walter Karfgin 
Kurt Levy 
Joseph E. Muse, Jr. 
Samuel J. Hankin 
Morris Fine 
James R. Karns 
John B. DeHoff 
Charles H. Williams 
Jonas Cohen 
Stephen Van Lill, III 

Francis G. Dickey 

Z. Vance Hooper 
Albert J. Shochat 



Chief of Neurology Clinic Leon Freedom 



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Assistant Cardiologists . 



Assistant Neurologists f William L. Fearing 

\Harry a. Teitelbaum 

Chief of Psychiatric Clinic Ralph P. Truitt 

Clinic Director H. Whitman Newell 

{Hans W. Leowald 
Kathryn L. Schultz 
Richard Pembroke 

Chief of Chest Clinic Meyer D. Jacobson 

Assistant^ Diseases of the Lungs Manuel Levin 

Chief of Diabetic Clinic Samuel T. R. Revell 

Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic C. Edward Leach 

Wilfred H. Townshend 
RoLLiN C. Hudson 
Sidney Scherlis 
Stephen J. Van Lill, III 
Fred B. Agee, Jr. 
James J. Nolan 

Chief of Allergy Clinic Jerome Sherman 

TEdward S. Kallins 
Assistant Allergists J j, Carlton Wich 

[Irvin Bernard Kemick 

f Selma R. Goldsmith 
'\ Shirley W. Correl 

Director, Pediatric Clinic A. H. Finkelstein 

Chief of Pediatric Clinic Samuel S. Click 

Louis V. Blum 
Arnold F. Lavenstein 
Thomas E. Weeks 
J. Carlton Wich 
Howard Coodman 
Melvin N. Borden 
Lester Caplan 
Ruth B. Baldwin 

Director, Pediatric Cardiac Clinic Sidney Scherlis 

Assistant Director, Pediatric Cardiac Clinic. . . .Cibson J. Wells 

Chief of Endocrinology Clinic Conrad B. Acton 

Assistant in Endocrinology Clinic Daniel E. Bogorad 

Chief of Surgical Clinic Robert C. Sheppard 

E. Roderick Shipley 
Samuel E. Proctor 
William B. Settle 
Karl F. Mech 



Allergy Clinic Technicians . 



Assistant Pediatricians . 



Assistant Surgeons . 



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Chief oj Plastic Surgery Edward A. Kitlowski 

Professor of Speech Ray Ehrensberger, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Speech, University of 
Maryland at College Park Merle Ansberry, Ph.D. 

Chief of Orthopedic Surgery Clinic Allen Fiske Voshell 

Moses Gellman 
Henry F. Ullrich 
Milton J. Wilder 
James P. Miller 
Robert P. Abrams 
A. Wesley Johnson 
Francis Soholt 



Assistant Orthopedic Surgeons. 



Chief of Genito-Urinary Clinic W. Houston Toulson 

John F. Hogan 
Assistant Genito-Urinary Surgeons. 



Dermatologists and Sy philologists . 



LyLE J. MiLLAN 

Morris A. Fine 
Howard B. Mays 

Director of Dermatology and Syphilis Clinic Harry M. Robinson, Sr. 

Chief of Dermatology and Syphilis Clinic Harry M. Robinson, Jr. 

Francis A. Ellis 
Israel Zeligman 
A. Albert Shapiro 
R. C. V. Robinson 
Eugene S. Bereston 

Benjamin Highstein 
LuciLE Caldwell 
V. Harwood Link 
Morris M. Cohen 
Mark B. Hollander 
Alfred H. Dann 

Chief of Rhinology and Laryngology Clinic Benjamin S. Rich 

Thomas R. O'Rourk 
Samuel L. Fox 
Albert Steiner 
j Richard J. Cross 
[ross C. Brooks 

Chief of Proctology Clinic Monte Edwards 



Assistant Dermatologists and Sy philologists . 



Assistant Rhinologists and Laryngolo gists . 



A ssistant Proctologists . 



Thurston R. Adams 
Donald B. Hebb 
William J. Supik 
Raymond Cunningham 



Chief of Gynecology Clinic J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

Assistant Chief of Gynecology Clinic Beverly C. Compton 



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 



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A ssista72t Gynecologists , 



Jr. 



Female Cystoscopists. 



Chief of Dental Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Dental Clinic . 



Assistant Dentists 



John C. Dumler 
William K. Diehl 
Everett S. Diggs 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, 
John T. Hibbitts 
Kenneth B. Boyd 
W. Allen Deckert 
Helen I. Maginnis 
Charles B. Marek 
Stuart Rizika 
Theodore Kardash 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 
Beverly C. Compton 
William K. Diehl 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
Everett S. Diggs 

Brice M. Dorse y 

Lewis C. Toomey 

William 0. Ramsey 
Russell Gigliotti 
Samuel H, Bryant 
Edward C. Dobbs 
Joseph P. Cappuccio 



CJdef of Obstetrical Clinic 

Assistant Chief of Obstetrical Clinic , 



Assistant Obstetricians . 



Jr. 



Chief of Oncology Clinic, Gynecological Division. 



Assistants in Gynecological Division. 



Chief of Oncology Clinic, Surgical Division. 



J. Huff Morrison 

.Margaret B. Ballard 

John E. Savage 
Kenneth B. Boyd 
W. Kenneth Mansfield 
L. Calvin Gareis 
J. K. B. E. Sexgar 
Charles H. Doeller 
George H. Davis 
Schuyler G. Kohn 
Theodore Kardash 
Lorman L. Levinson 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr. 

John C. Dumler 
William K. Diehl 
Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr. 
Everett S. Diggs 

Grant E. Ward 



Arthur G. Siwinski 
E, Eugene Covington 

Assistants in Surgical Division <]. Duer Moores 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr. 
Louis E. Goodman 



Assistant Ophthalmologists. 



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Chief of Vascular Clinic George H. Yeager 

Assistant Chief of Vascular Clinic Raymond Cunningham 

Medical Consultant — Vascular Clinic Lewis P. Gundry 

Chief of Ophthalmology Clinic F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

Paul N. Friedman 
Cleo D. Stiles 
Ruby A. Smith 
Frederick M, Reese 
D. J. McHenry 
J. E. Bromback, Jr. 
Richard J. Cross 

Occupational Therapist Miss Lora E. Dunetz 

Directress, Social Service Miss Mary Fitzpatrick 

MEDICAL CARE CLINIC 

Director Henry W. D. Holljes 

Assistant Director Susan R. Pincoffs 

The Medical Care Clinic of the University of Maryland is the result of a study 
by the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland in cooperation with the 
State Planning Commission. The present CHnic, located on the third floor of 
the Dispensary Building, is the first of its kind in this country. Public assistance 
clients are referred to the Clinic by the Baltimore City Health Department and 
are scheduled for an initial physical examination by physicians affihated with the 
University of Maryland. A family physician is chosen by the patient from a list 
available at the Clinic. Copies of the individual's medical history and examina- 
tions are sent to the physician selected, who then becomes responsible for the 
medical care of the patient. 

The Medical Care Program is, in this way, an entirely new approach to the 
problem of the indigent patient. For the first time, he becomes the responsibility 
of a private physician. This places the practice of medicine to the indigent on a 
par with the practice of private medicine. 

After the initial examination, the Clinic functions as a diagnostic center to 
serve the needs of the neighborhood practitioner. Consultants working in the 
Medical Care Clinic are available and at present represent Medicine, Surgery, 
Gynecology and Otolaryngology. Others will be added as required. 

The CUnic functions between 8:30 and 4:30 daily. Registrations and referrals 
are conducted in the morning. Clinical examinations and consultations are held 
during the afternoon. Approximately eighty neighborhood physicians have 
agreed to work with the Medical Care Program. Twenty-five members of the 
Out-patient Department and University Hospital Staff will conduct examinations 
in the Clinic. 



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The Faculty Committee on Post Graduate Education has also undertaken plans 
to provide instruction to all affiliated physicians. 

5,550 public assistance clients have been assigned to this Clinic. 

DISPENSARY REPORT FOR YEAR BEGINNING 
JULY 1, 1947 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 1948 

Departments New Cases Old Cases Total 

Allergy 171 4,916 5,087 

Cardiology 112 1,379 1,491 

Cystoscopy 87 618 705 

Dermatology 11,435 12,560 23,995 

Diabetic 68 873 941 

Ear, Nose and Throat 1,112 2,244 3,356 

Endocrine 60 230 290 

Eye 972 2,924 3,896 

Gastro-Intestinal 157 840 997 

Genito-Urinary 373 970 1,343 

Gynecology 1,624 5,931 7,555 

Hematology 7 127 134 

Medicine 2,347 5,468 7,815 

Neurology 178 609 787 

Neuro-Surgery 235 435 670 

Obstetrics 1,917 16,032 17,949 

Occupational Therapy 117 1,324 1,441 

Oncology 204 1,319 1,523 

Oral Surgery 624 1,125 1,749 

Orthopedic 1,440 3,915 5,355 

Pediatric 2,003 6,523 8,526 

Physiotherapy 108 706 814 

Plastic Surgery 27 31 58 

Proctology 146 307 453 

Psychiatry 382 486 868 

Surgery 3,288 8,252 11,540 

Tuberculosis 127 730 857 

Vascular 112 597 709 

Total 29,433 81,471 110,904 

MERCY HOSPITAL 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

Walter D. Wise, Chairman 

Mother M. Bernadette Henry F. Bongardt 

Sister M. Veronica H. Raymond Peters 

Sister M. Carmel Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Sister M. Cornelia Waitman F. Zinn 

Sister M. Vincent Thomas K. Galvin 

Sister M. Joseph Edward P. Smith 

Elliott H. Hutchins 
President of Visiting Staff 



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MERCY HOSPITAL STAFF 

Surgeon-in-Chief Walter D. Wise 

Elliott H. Hutchins 
F. L. Jennings 

R. W. LOCHER 

Thomas R. Chambers 
D. J. Pessagno 
William F. Rjenhoff 
Henry F. Bongardt 



Surgeons. 



Neurological Surgeons 



Associate Surgeons, 



Assistant Surgeons. 



Plastic Surgeon . 



Consulting Ophthalmologist and Otologist. 

Ophthalmologist , 

Associate Ophthalmologist 



Charles Bagley, Jr. 
Richard B. Coblentz 
James D. Arnold, Jr. 
Frank J. Otenasek 
John W. Chambers 
Raymond K. Thompson 

I. 0. RiDGELY 

James W. Nelson 
How.ARD B. McElwain 
Simon H. Brager 
John A. O'Connor 
Ch.arles W. Maxson 
I. Redgeway Trimble 
Raymond F. Helfrich 

Julius Goodman 
S. Demarco, Jr. 

T. J. TOUHEY 

William N. McFaul, Jr. 
Meyer H. Zura\tn 
Howard L. Zupxik 
Daniel R. Robinson 
Joseph V. Jerardi 
Wm. C. Dunnigan 
Harold H. Burns 
William L. Gaelick 
John F. Schaeffer 

F. FOPvD LOKER 

Patrick C. Phelan, Jr. 
Michael L. DeVincentis 

f Edward A. Kitlowski 

\ Clarence P. Scarborough 

Harry Friedenwald 



Associate Ophthalmologists and Otologists 



. F. Edwin Knowles, Jr. 

. Joseph V. Jeppi 

fM. Raskin 
Joseph I. Kemler 
I F. A. Pacienza 



Associate Rhinologists and Laryngologists . 



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^ „. D, • 7 • , J T 1 • , /W. Raymond McKenzie 

ConsiMtng Rhtnologvsts and Laryngologtsts ^^^^^^^ ^ Mitchell 

Rhinolcgist and Laryngologist Waitman F. Zinn 

Fayne a. Kayser 
Benjamin S. Rich 
Theodore A. Schwartz 
BmKHEAD Macgowan 
Benjamin H. Isaacs 

Assistant Rhiuologist and Laryngologist Joseph V. Jeppi 

Bronchoscopist Waitman F. Zinn 

Associate Bronchoscopist Fayne A. Kayser 

Assistant Bronchoscopist Theodore A. Schwartz 

Consulting Orthopaedic Surgeon Albertus C. Cotton 

Orthopaedic Surgeon H. L. Rogers 

Associate Orthopaedic Surgeon Henry F. Ullrich 

I. H. Maseritz 



Assistant Orthopaedic Surgeons ._ __ ^ 

Proctologist Simon P. Brager 

Urologist Kenneth D. Legge 

fLEON K. Fargo 
Associate Urologists ^ ^^^^^ ^ ^^^^ 

[]. S. Haines 

Dermatologists f Francis A. Ellis 

\ Eugene S. Bereston 

Dentist J. D. Fusco 

Consulting Dentist Conrad L. Inman 

Consulting Physician Maurice C. Pincoffs 

Physician-in -Chief H. Raymond Peters 



Physicians 



Harvey G, Beck 
Thomas P. Sprunt 
George McLean 
J. Sheldon Eastlant> 
Louis A. M. Krause 
Thomas C. Wolff 



(Hubert C. Knapp 
JBartus T. Baggott 

Associate Physicians \ Wetherbee Fort 

|t. Nelson Carey 
I Sol Smith 
[Hugh J. Welch 



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Assistant Physicians. 



Associate Gastro-Enterologists . 



S. A. TUMMINELLO 

J. HowAiuo Burks 
Earl L. Chambers 

K. W. GOLLEY 

William H. Kammer 
S. Edwin Muller 
John R. Davis, Jr. 
J. Emmett Queen 
Frederick J. Vollmer 
John C. Osborne 

(R. Frederick Leitz 
•(Theodore H. Morrison 
[Maurice Feldman 



Assistant G astro- Enter olo gist . 

Pediatricians 

Associate Pediatrician 



Assistant Pediatricians . 



Associate Neurologists and Psychiatrists. 

Anesthesiologist 

Obstetrician-in-Chief 



Philip D. Fiynn 

TEdgar B. Friedenwald 
\ Frederick B. Smith 

G. Bowers Mansdorfer 

Jerome Fineman 
O. Walter Spurrier 
Israel P. Meranski 
Edward L. Frey, Jr. 

THarry Goldsmith 
'\ Philip F. Lerner 

. . James Russo 

. Edward P. Smith 



Obstetricians 



Associate Obstetricians. 



Assistant Obstetricians . 



Gynecologist-in-Chief . 
Gynecologists 



J. J. Erwin 
Thomas K. Galvin 
" Frank K. Morris 
Ernest S. Edlow 
Hugh B. McNally 

fWlLLIAM C. DUTFY 

\ Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 

J. Howard Burns 
Harry F. Kane 
William A. Dodd 
Harry McB. Beck 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
Robert B. Tunney 

, Thomas K. Galvin 

(Edward P. Smith 
J. J. Erwin 
Frank K. Morris 



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A ssociaie Gynecologists , 



Assistant Gynecologists. 



Pathologists . 



Clinical Pathologist . . 
CVmical Heinatologist 
Clinical Biochemist . . . 



Ernest S. Edlow 
George A. Strauss, Jr. 
H. L. Grakoff 
Gerald Galvin 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
William A. Dodd 
Harry McB. Beck 
WiLLMM C. Duffy 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
William J. Rysanek, Jr. 
Harry F. Kane 
Robert B. Tunney 

Walter C. Merkel 
Hugh R. Spencer 

H. T. Collenberg 

• H. Raymond Peters 

Charles E. Brambel 



Technicians 



Consulting Radiologist 

Radiologist 

Assistant Radiologist . . 



Technicians . 



Technicians (X-ray) 



Sister Paula Marie 
Eleanor Behr 
Elisabeth Johnson 
Carmela E. Minnick 
Constance Chapman 
Theresa Ringrose 
Rita Berry 

Albertus Cotton 

Asa D. Young 

E. Eugene Covington 

Sister Paula Marie 
Eleanor Behr 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Carmela E. Miceli 
Lillian Butler 
Betty Wolfram 
Virginia Schwarz 
Juleetta Perez 

fRuTH L. Gephardt 
Henrietta McCaffrey 
Frances Muth 



ANNUAL HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 

The foUowing annual appointments are made to the Mercy Hospital: 

Six Residents in Surgery Resident in Pediatrics 

Five Residents in Medicine Resident in Pathllogy 

Resident in Rhinology 
Four Residents in Gynecology and Obstetrics 
Fourteen Interns on Rotating Service 



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MERCY HOSPITAL RESIDENT AND INTERN STAFF 

JULY 1, 1949— JUNE 30, 1950 

RESIDENT STAFF 

Jai£ES G. Stegmaier, B.S., M.D., Resident Surgeon 

Elden H. Pertz, B.S., M.D., Associate Resident Surgeon 

Karl A. Dillinger, M.D., Senior Assistant Resident Surgeon 

August Kiel, Jr., M.D., Senior Assistant Resident Surgeon 

Renxert M. Smelser, M.D., Junior Assistant Resident Surgeon 

Clyde D. Thomas, Jr., M.D., Junior Assistant Resident Surgeon 

John F. Ullsperger, A.B., M.D., Resident Gynecologist 

Vincent dePaul Fitzpatrick, Jr., A.B., M.D., Resident Obstetrician 

Claude F. Bailey, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Gynecologist and Obstetrician 

John A. Ferris, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Gynecologist and Obstetrician 

Joseph F. LiPira, B.S., M.D., Resident Physician 

Thomas P. Connor, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

Allyn F. Judd, A.B., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

Albert M. Powell, Jr., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician ' 

James A. Roberts, B.S., M.D., Assistant Resident Physician 

David Josephs, Jr., A.B., M.D., Resident Pediatrician 



INTERNS 



James A. Cline, III, M.D. 

Charles R. Fravel, M.D. 

Burton V. Lock, M.D. 

Mary E. Matthews, B.S., M.S., M.D. 

Homer VV. May, B.S., M.D. 

John H. Panzarella, M.D. 



Howard F. Raskin, B.A., M.D. 
Clifford T. Riddel, B.A., M.A., M.D. 
Margaret L. Sherrard, B.A., M.D. 
John A. Spittel, Jr., B.S., M.D. 
Gene D. Trettin, B.S., M.D. 



MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 



Dispensary Director 

Supervisor of Surgical Clinic . 



.Sister M. Scholastica 
Harold H. Burns 



Dispensary Surgeons . 



I. Ridgway Trimble 
Simon H. Brager 
Howard L. Zupnik 
Daniel R. Robinson 
Joseph V. Jerardi 
William C. Dunn^gan 
William L. Garlick 
John F. Schaefer 
F. Ford Loker 
Patrick C. Phelan 
Arthur G. Siwinski 
Melvin F. Polek 
Clarence P. Scarborough 
Mich.^el L. DeVincentis 



MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 35 

Supervisor of Genito-Urinary Clinic EIenneth D. Legge 

{L. K. Fargo 
Francis W. Gillis 
John S. Haines 

Supervisor of Orthopaedic Clinic Harry L. Rogers 

fHENRY F. Ullrich 

_ . ^ ,. _ JIsaacGutman 

Orthopaedic Suneons I. H. Maseeitz 

( Jason H. Gaskel 

Supervisor oj Medical Clinic H. Raymond Peters 

^/•y i- If J- 7^7- • / Sol Smith 

Chiefs of Medical Clinic <„ ^^ ^^ 

■' ' [S. Edwtn Muller 

Frederick J. Vollmer 
William H. Kammer 
John R. Da\^s 

Assistant Physicians \j. Emmett Queen 

Charles F. 0'Don'nt:ll 
Arthur Karfgin 
John C. Osborne 

Chief of Allergy Clinic S. Edwin Muller 

Chief of Cardiovascular Clinic Thomas C. Wolff 

Assistant Cardiologist Leon Ashman 

Chief of Metabolism Clinic J. Sheldon Eastland 

Assistant in Metabolism Clinic J. E. Queen 

Gastro-Enterologist Maumce Feldman 

Assistant Gastro-Enterologist Philip Flynn 

Chief of Pediatric Clinic Edgar B. Friedenw.\ld 

Jerome Fineman 

Israel T. Meranski 

O. Walter Spurrier 

„,.,.. , Edward L. Frey, Sr, 

Pediatricians { _. ^ „, ' 

J. Carlton Wich 

Donald Cooper 

Earl Weeks 

Joseph Cordi 

,, , . , , „ 7 • i • . [Philip F. Lerner 

Neurologists and Psychiatrists < ^^ ^ , , 

I Henry J. Marriott 

Supervisor of Dermatology Clinic Francis A. Ellis 

r, , , . , /Eugene S. Bereston 

Dermatologists <^ ^ ,, _ 

* IR. C. V. Robinson 

Oncologist James W. Nelson 



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Chief of Gynecology Clinic Thomas K. Galvin 

Edward P. Smith 
J. J. Erwin 
Frank K. Morris 
Ernest S. Edlow 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 

Gynecologists { William A. Dodd 

Harry McB. Beck 
William C. Duffy 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
Harry F, Kane 
Robert B. Tunney 
Gerald A. Galvin 

Chief of Obstetrical Clinic Edward P. Smith 

Harry F. Kane 
Charles H. Doeller, Jr. 
William A. Dodd 
Obstetricians "j Harry McB. Beck 



William C. Duffy 
Joseph C. Sheehan 
Robert B. Tunney 



Esophagoscopist Waitman F. Zenn 

Associate Esophagoscopist Fayne A. Kayser 



Rhinologists and Laryngolo gists. 



Ophthalmologists and Otologists . 



Waitman F. Zinn 
Theodore A. Schwartz 
Benjamin H. Isaacs 
Arthur Ward 

(M. Raskin 
\ F. A. Pacienza 
[Joseph V. Jeppi 

Proctologist Simon H. Brager 

Assistant Proctologist William T. Supik 

Supervisor of Dental Clinic J. D. Fusco 

Consulting Dentist Conrad L. Inman 

Supervisor of Physiotherapy Clinic Leon Hannan 

Assistant Physiotherapist Alice R. Hannan 

fSiSTER M. Vincent 
SocialWorkers \Anna Shawbakee 

Secretary Eva Applegarth 



MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY STAFF 37 
MERCY HOSPITAL DISPENSARY REPORT 

Year of 1948 

Department New Cases Old Cases Total 

Allergy 17 179 196 

Bronchoscopic 332 584 916 

Cardiology 12 178 190 

Dental 80 71 151 

Dermatology 241 663 904 

Diabetic 19 405 424 

Gastro-Intestinal 22 113 135 

Genito-Urinary 47 144 191 

Gynecology 261 545 806 

Medicine 454 2,242 2,696 

Neurology 51 367 438 

Ophthalmology 245 428 673 

Orthopaedics 96 314 410 

Pediatrics 384 904 1 , 288 

Physiotherapy 173 1,733 1,906 

Plastic Surgery 2 2 

Postnatal 213 4 217 

Prenatal 387 2,474 2,861 

Proctology 40 59 99 

Rhinolaryngology 402 702 1, 104 

Surgery 830 2,690 3,520 

Surgical Follow-Up 189 351 540 

Well Baby Clinic 15 15 30 

Totals 4,510 15,167 19,677 



THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 

STAFF, 1949-1950 
Parker J. McMillin, Superintendent 

Surgeon-in-Chief Otto C. Brantigan, M.D. 

Physician-in-Cliief, Acting C. Holmes Boyd, M.D. 

Physician-in-Chief, Radiology Stanley H. Macht, M.D. 

Pliysician-in-Chief, Tuberculosis H. Vernon Langeluttig, M.D. 

Obstetrician-in-Chief Louis H. Douglass, M.D. 

Pediatrician-in-Chief Harold E. Harrison, M.D. 

Pathologist-in-Chief C. Gardner Warner, M.D. 

Dental Surgeon-in-Chief, Acting H. Glenn Waring, D.D.S. 

Consultant in Psychiatry Esther L. Richards, M.D. 

Considtant in Peripheral Vascular Diseases George H. Ye.\ger, M.D. 



38 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Visiting Surgeons . 



James C. Owings, M.D, 
I. RiDGEWAY Trimble, M.D. 
Amos Koontz, M.D. 
Thurston R. Adams, M.D. 



Consultant in Traumatic Surgery C. A. Reifschneeder, M.D. 

Visiting Hand Surgeon Raymond M. Curtis, M.D. 

THarry C. Bowie, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons I Donald B. Hebb, M.D. 

[Henry L. Rigdon, M.D. 

{Charles Bagley, M.D. 
Richard G. Coblentz, M.D. 
James G. Arnold, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting N euro-Surgeon R. K. Thompson, M.D. 

Edward A. Kitlowski, M.D. 



Consultants in Plastic Surgery n,^ tittt t -^tt^ 

^ -^ [Edward M. Hanrahan, Jr., M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Plastic Surgeon Clarence P. Scarborough, M.D. 

,,. . . T, , . fw. Houston Toulson, M.D. 

Vtnung hrolopsts |jj^^^ j^^^^_ ^^^^_ 

Assistant Visiting Urologist Howard B. Mays, M.D. 

fj. Mason Hundley, Jr., M.D. 

^,. . . ^ , .^ 1 Beverley C. CoMPTON, M.D. 

Vtsumg Gynecologtsts | ^^^^ ^ ^^^^^ ^^^_ 

[jOHN T. Hibbitts, M.D. 

{Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr., M.D. 
William K. Diehl, M.D. 
Everett S. Diggs, M.D. 

Visiting Proctologist Monte Edwards, M.D. 

f Allen F. Voshell, M.D. 

Visiting Orthopaedic Surgeons \ Henry F. Ullrich, M.D. 

[Milton J. Wilder, M.D. 

(John Bordley, M.D. 
Thomas R. O'Rourk, M.D. 
Fred T. Kyper, M.D. 

, . .r. . . r T ., r John H. HiRSCHFELD, M.D. 

A^sislanl VisUtng Laryngohg^sts ^^^^ ^ Lieberman, M.D. 

Visiting Ophthalmologist Charles E. Iliff, Jr., M.D. 

„ , . [Grant E. Ward, M.D. 

Vmhng Oncohg,sts [j^j^j,^ G. Siwinski, M.D. 

(Leonard Abramovitz, M.D. 
Alfred T. Nelson, M.D. 
Theodore Stacy, M.D. 

Visiting Neuropailwhgist John A. Wagner, M.D. 

Assistant Chief Physician Howard K. Rathbun, M.D. 



THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS STAFF 39 

fLouis A. M. Krause, M.D. 

„, .. J Charles VV. JuDD, M.D. 
\hs^ting Phys2aans ^.^^^^^^ ^ 5^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ 



Assistant Visiting Physicians. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians (USPHS) 



(Crawford N. Kirkpatrick, M.D. 

James R. McShane, M.D. 
George G. Schlesinger, M.D. 

fRoGER K. MacDonald, M.D. 
I John H. Miller, M.D. 
I David Solomon, M.D. 
[Leroy E. Duncan, Jr., M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Obstetricians . 



Cardiologist (USPHS) Benjamin Manchester, M.D. 

Physiologist (USPHS) Nathan W. Shock, Ph.D. 

Visiting Neurologist J. VV. Magladery, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Neurologist George G. Merrill, M.D. 

Visiting Dermatologist, Acting Raymond C. V. Robinson, M.D. 

Visiting Laboratory Physician Julius Waghelstein, M.D, 

Visiting Pediatrician Hans Bix, M.D. 

Assistant Physician-in~Chief, Tuberculosis Edmund G. Beacham, M.D. 

Visiting Physician, Tuberculosis Alvin S. Hartz, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physician, Tuberculosis John H. Hirschfeld, M.D. 

Visiting Obstetrician J. Morris Reese, M.D. 

D. Frank Kaltreider, M.D. 
John E. Savage, M.D. 
J. William Dorman, M.D. 
VV. Newton Long, Jr., M.D. 
George VV. Anderson, M.D. 
Louis C. Gareis, M.D. 

Orthodontist R. Kent Tongue, D.D.S. 

[L. VV. Bimestefer, D.D.S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeons <j Michael Varipatis, D.D.S. 

[B. VV. MisiNSKi, D.D.S. 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERNAN HOSPITAL AND 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL OF MARYLAND FOR 

CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

STAFF, 1149-1950 

Sufgeon-in-Chief and Medical Director Allen Fiske Voshell, A.B,, M.D. 

Consultant in Orthopaedic Surgery and Roentgenology Albertus Cotton, A.M., M.D. 

Moses Gellman, B.S., M.D. 
Harry Rogers, M.D. 
Associate Orthopaedic Surgeons \ Henry F. Ullrich, M.D. 



VV^inthrop M. Phelps, A.B.^ M.D. 
[Milton J. Wilder, INLD. 



40 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Roentgenologist Charles N. Davidson, M.D. 

Plastic Surgeon Edward A. Kitlowski, A.B., M.D. 

Aurist and Laryngologist Benjamin S. Rich, A.B., M.D. 

Dentist M. E. Coberth, D.D.S. 

Cardiologist Helen M. Taussig, M.D. 

Pediatrists Melchijah Spragins, M.D. 

Consulting Surgeon Charles Reid Edwards, A.B., M.D. 

-, „. . . , J r 1 ' , f Franklin B. Anderson, M.D. 

ConsulHng Aunsts and Larynzdogtsts \e^^^^ a. Loopee, M.D., D.Oph. 

Consulting Neurological Surgeon Charles Bagley, Jr., M.A., M.D. 

Consulting Physician Thomas R. Brown, A.B., M.D. 

^ , . ^ . , . . f Harry M. Robinson, Sr., M.D. 

Consmng Dermatologuls |j_^^^, ^^^^^^^^ j^.D. 

„. -, , . , [Irving J. Spear, M.D. 

Co,>s,dHn Neurolopsfs ^^ ^. g^^^^^^_ ^^^ 

^ , . „,.,., [Benjamin Tappan, A.B., M.D. 

Consulting Pediatrists <,. „ „ ,,^ 

* [J. Edmund Bradley, M.D. 

Consulting Dentist Harry B. McCarthy, D.D.S. 

Consulting Pathologist Hugh R. Spencer, M.D. 

Consulting Roentgenologist Henry J. Walton, M.D.' 

[Robert Abrams, M.D. 

Resident Orthopaedic Surgeons ^ A. Wesley Johnson, M.D. 

[Francis Scholt, M.D. 

Superintendent Miss Maud M. Gardner, R.N. 

Dispensary and Social Service Nurse Mrs. Evelyn Byrd Z.\pf, R.N. 

(Miss Elizabeth Lane 
Miss Margaret Kennedy 
Mrs. Georgiana Wisong 

Occupational Therapist Miss Muriel Zimmerman, O.T. 

Instructor in Grammar School Miss Bertha Sendelbace 



HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 41 

HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 

The present School of Medicine, with the title University of Maryland School 
of Medicine and College of Physicians and Surgeons, is the result of a consolida- 
tion and merger of the University of Maryland School of Medicine with the 
Baltimore Medical College (1913) and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Baltimore (1915). 

Through the merger with the Baltimore Medical College, an institution of 
thirty- two years* growth, the facilities of the School of Medicine were enlarged in 
faculty, equipment and hospital connection. 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons was incorporated in 1872, and estab- 
lished on Hanover Street in a building afterward known as the Maternite, the 
first obstetrical hospital m Maryland. In 1878 union was effected with the 
Washington University School of Medicine, in existence since 1827, and the college 
was removed to Calvert and Saratoga Streets. Through the consolidation with 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, medical control of the teaching beds in 
the Mercy Hospital was obtained. 

The School of Medicine of the University of Maryland is one of the oldest foun- 
dations for medical education in America, ranking fifth in point of age among the 
medical colleges of the United States. It was organized in 1807 and chartered 
in 1808 under the name of the College of Medicine of Maryland, and its first 
class was graduated in 1810. Li 1812 the College was empowered by the Legisla- 
ture to annex three other colleges or faculties: Divinity, Law, and Arts and 
Sciences; and the four colleges thus united were ''constituted an University by the 
name and under the title of the University of Maryland." 

The original building of the Medical School at the N. E. corner of Lombard and 
Greene Streets was erected in 1812. It is the oldest structure in this country 
from which the degree of doctor of medicine has been granted annually since its 
erection. In this building were founded one of the first medical libraries and one 
of the first medical school libraries in the United States. 

At this Medical School dissection was made a compulsory part of the curriculum, 
and independent chairs for the teaching of gynecology and pediatrics (1867), and 
of ophthalmology and otology (1873), were installed for the first time in America. 

This School of Medicine was one of the first to provide for adequate clinical 
instruction by the erection of its own hospital in 1823. In this hospital intramural 
residency for senior students was established for the first time. 

The School of Medicine has been co -educational since 1918. 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

The original m.edical building at the N. E. comer of Lombard and Greene 
Streets houses the office of the Dean, Room 101, the office of the Committee on 
Admissions, Room 102, two lecture halls, the faculty room and office of the assist- 
ant business manager. 

The Administration Building, to the east of the original building, contains the 
Baltimore offices of the Registrar and two lecture halls. 



42 TEE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

The laborator}' buildmg at 31 South Greene Street is occupied by the depart- 
ments of Patholog}', Bacteriology and Biochemistry. 

The Frank C. Bressler Research Laboratory provides the departments of 
Anatomy, Histology and Embr>'ology, Pharmacology, Physiology and Clinical 
Pathology- with facilities for teaching and research. It also houses the research 
laboratories of the clinical departments, animal quarters, a laboratory for teaching 
Operative Surgery, a lecture hall and the Bressler Memorial Room. 

This building was erected m 1939-1940 at 29 South Greene Street opposite the 
University Hospital. It was built with funds left to the School of Medicine by 
the late Frank C. Bressler, an alumnus, supplemented by a grant from the Federal 
government. The structure, in the shape of an I, extends east from Greene 
Street, just north of the original building. 

MEDICAL LIBRARY 
HowARn RovELSTAD, A.B., M.A., B.S.L.S Acting Director of Libraries 

Ida Marian Robinson, A.B., B.S.L.S Librarian 

Hilda E. Moore, A.B., A.B.L.S Assistant Librarian 

Florence R. Kirk Assistani Librarian 

Edith R. McIntosh, A.M., A.B.L.S Cataloguer 

Charlotte Wilson Assistant to the Cataloguer 

The Medical Library of the University of Maryland, founded in 1813 by the 
purchase of the collection of Dr. John Crawford, now numbers 31,000 volumes and 
several thousand pamphlets and reprints. Over four hundred of the leading 
medical journals, both foreign and domestic, are received regularly. The library 
is housed in Davidge Hall, a comfortable and commodious building in close prox- 
imity to classrooms and laboratories, and is open daily for the use of members of 
the faculty, the student body and the profession generally. Libraries pertaining 
to particular phases of medicine are maintained by several departments of the 
medical school. 

The hbrary of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland and the Welch 
Medical Library are open to students of the medical school without charge. 
Other libraries of Baltimore are the Peabody Library and the Enoch Pratt Free 
Library. 

DISPENSARY BUILDING 

The old hospital building has been remodeled and is occupied by the Out-patient 
Department. Thus the students have been provided with a splendidly appointed 
group of clinics for their training in out-patient work. All departments of clinical 
training are represented in this remodeled building and all changes have been 
predicated on the teaching function for which this department is intended. 

The office of the Medical School Physician is located in this building. 

The Department of Art also occupies quarters here. 

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 

The University Hospital, which is the property of the University of Maryland, 
is the oldest institution for the care of the sick in the state of Maryland. It was 



HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 43 

opened in September 1823, under the name of the Baltimore Infirmary, and at 
that time consisted of but four wards, one of which was reserved for patients with 
diseases of the eye. 

In 1933-1934 the new University Hospital was erected and patients were 
admitted to this building in November 1934. The new hospital is situated at the 
southwest corner of Redwood and Greene Streets, and is consequently opposite 
the medical school buildings. The students, therefore, are in close proximity 
and httle time is lost in passing from the lecture halls and laboratories to the 
cHnical facihties of the new building. 

This new building, with its modem planning, makes a particularly attractive 
teaching hospital and is a very valuable addition to the chnical facilities of the 
medical school. 

The new hospital has a capacity of 435 beds and 65 bassinets devoted to general 
medicine, surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, and the various medical and surgical 
specialties. 

The teaching zone extends from the second to the eighth floor and comprises 
wards for surger>^, medicine, obstetrics, pediatrics, and a large clinical lecture hall. 
There are approximately 270 beds available for teaching. 

The space of the whole north wing of the second floor is occupied by the de- 
partment of roentgenology. The east wing houses clinical pathology and special 
laboratories for clinical microscopy, biochemistry, bacteriology, and an espedally 
well appointed laboratory for students' training. The south wing provides space 
for electro-cardiographic and basal metabolism departments, with new and very 
attractive air-conditioned or oxygen therapy cubicles. The west wing contains 
the departments of rhinolaryngology and bronchoscopy, industrial surgery, oph- 
thalmology, and male and female cystoscopy. 

The third and fourth floors each provide two medical and two surgical wards. 
The fifth floor contains two wards for pediatrics, and on the sixth floor there are 
two wards for obstetrics. Each ward occupies the space of one wing of the 
hospital. 

On the seventh floor is the general operating suite, the delivery suite, and the 
central supply station. The eighth floor is essentially a students' floor and affords 
a mezzanine over the operating and delivery suites, and a students' entrance to 
the chnical lecture hall. 

In the basement there is a very well appointed pathological department with a 
large teaching autopsy room and its adjunct service of instruction of students in 
pathological anatomy. 

The hospital receives a large number of accident patients because of its prox- 
imity to the largest manufacturing and shipping districts of the city. 

The obstetrical service is particularly well arranged and provides accommoda- 
tion for forty ward patients. This service, combined with an extensive home 
service, assures the student abundant obstetrical training. 

During the year ending December 31. 1948, 2427 cases were delivered in the 
hospital and 632 cases in the outdoor department. Students in the graduating 
class observed at least thirty-five cases, each student being required to deliv^er at 
least eight patients in their homes. 

The dispensaries associated with the University Hospital and the Mercy Hospi- 



44 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

tal are organized upon a uniform plan in order that the teaching may be the same 
in each. Each dispensary has the following departments: medicine, surgery, 
pediatrics, ophthalmology, otology, genito-urinar>', gynecology, gastroenterology, 
neurology, orthopaedics, proctology, dermatolog}', laryngology, rhinology, car- 
diolog>', tuberculosis, psychiatry, oral surgery and oncology. 

All students in their junior year work each day during one-third of the year 
in the departments of medicine and surgery of the dispensaries. In their senior 
year, all students work one hour each day in the special departments. 

MERCY HOSPITAL 

The Sisters of Mercy first assumed charge of the Hospital at the corner of Cal- 
vert and Saratoga Streets, then owned by the Washington University, in 1874. 
By the merger of 1878 the Hospital came under the control of the College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, but the Sisters continued their work of ministering to the 
patients. 

In a very few years it became apparent that the City Hospital, as it was then 
called, was much too small to accommodate the rapidly growing demands upon it. 
However, it was not until 1888 that the Sisters of Mercy, with the assistance of 
the Faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, were able to lay the corner- 
stone of the present hospital. This building was completed and occupied late in 
1889. Since then the growing demands for more space have compelled the erec- 
tion of additions, until now there are accommodations for 348 patients. 

In 1909 the name was changed from The Baltimore City Hospital to Mercy 
Hospital. 

The clinical material in the free wards is under the exclusive control of the 
Faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine and College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. 

THE BALTIMORE CITY HOSPITALS 

The clinical facilities of the School of Medicine have been largely increased by 
the liberal decision of the Department of Pubhc Welfare to allow the use of the 
wards of these hospitals for medical education. The autopsy material also is 
available for student instruction. 

Members of the junior class make daily visits to these hospitals for clinical 
instruction in medicine, surgery, and the specialties. 

The Baltimore City Hospitals consist of the following separate divisions: 
The General Hospital, 400 beds, 90 bassinets. 
The Hospital for Chronic Cases, 575 beds. 
The Hospital for Tuberculosis, 280 beds. 
Infirmary (Home for Aged) 700 beds. 

THE JAMES LAWRENCE KERN AN HOSPITAL AND INDUSTRL\L SCHOOL OF 
MARYLAND FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN 

This institution is situated on an estate of 75 acres at Dickeyville. The site 
is within the northwestern city limits and of easy access to the city proper. 



HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 45 

The location is ideal for the treatment of children, in that it affords all the ad- 
vantages of sunshine and country air. 

A hospital unit, complete in every respect, offers all modern facilities for the 
care of any orthopaedic condition in children. 

The hospital is equipped with 80 beds — endowed, and city and state supported. 

The orthopaedic dispensary at the University Hospital is maintained in closest 
affiliation and cares for the cases discharged from the Kernan Hospital. The 
physical therapy department is very well equipped with modern apparatus 
and trained personnel. Occupational therapy has been fully established and 
developed under trained technicians. 

THE BALTIMORE EYE, EAR, AND THROAT HOSPITAL 

This institution was first organized and operated in 1882 as an outgrowth of the 
Baltimore Eye and Ear Dispensary, which closed on June 14, 1882. The name 
then given to the new hospital was The Baltimore Eye and Ear Charity Hospital. 
It was located at the address pow known as 625 W. Franklin St. The out-patient 
department was opened on September 18, 1882 and the hospital proper on 
November 1 of the same year. In 1898 a new building afforded 24 free beds 
and 8 private rooms; by 1907 the beds numbered 47; at present there are 60 beds, 
29 of which are free. In 1922 the present hospital building at 1214 Eutaw Place 
was secured and in 1926 the dispensary was opened. In 1928 a chnical laboratory 
was installed. During 1948 the out-patient visits numbered 22,058. 

Through the kindness of the Hospital Board and Staff, our junior students 
have access to the dispensary which they visit in small groups for instruction in 
ophthalmology. 



46 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 

METHOD OF MAKING APPLICATION 

Requests for application forms should be filed not earlier than September 15th 
preceding by one year the desired date of admission. These forms may be secured 
from the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, University of Maryland, 
Baltimore 1, Maryland. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO THE FIRST YEAR 

Application for admission is made by filing the required form and by having all 
pertinent data sent directly to the Committee on Admissions, in accordance with 
the instructions accompanying the appHcation. 

Consideration will be given applications received after December 1st provided 
the class is not complete. 

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING 
Students who have attended approved medical schools are eligible to file ap- 

pHcations for admission to the second- and third-year classes only. These ap- 
plicants must be prepared to meet the current first-year entrance requirements in 
addition to presenting acceptable medical school credentials, and a medical school 
record based on courses which are quantitatively and qualitatively equivalent to 
similar courses in this school. 

Application to advanced standing is made in accordance with the instructions 
accompanying the application form. 

Persons who already hold the degree of Doctor of Medicine will not be admit- 
ted to the Medical School as a candidate for that degree from this university. 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 
The minimum requirements for admission to the School of Medicine are: 

(a) Graduation from an approved secondary school, or the equivalent in 

entrance examinations, and 

(b) Three academic years of acceptable college credit, exclusive of physical edu- 

cation and military sciences, earned in colleges of arts and sciences which 
are currently approved by the Council on Medical Education and Hos- 
pitals of the American Medical Association. The quantity and quality 
of this course of study shall be equivalent to that required for recommen- 
dation by the institution where the college courses are being, or have 
been, pursued. 

(c) The following courses and credits in basic required subjects must be com- 

pleted by June of the year the applicant desires to be admitted: 

Semester hours Quarter houn 

General biology or zoology 8 12 

Inorganic chemistry 8 12 

Organic chemistry 6-8 9-12 

General physics 8 12 

English 6 9 

Modern language (German, French, Spanish) .... 6 9 



STANDARD REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 



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(d) The total semester-hour or quarter-hour credits presented must be equiv- 

alent in quantity and quality to three-fourths of the credit requirement 
for graduation by the recommending institution, exclusive of courses in 
physical education and military sciences. 
Applicants who are unable to complete these requirements by June of the 
yea.T admission is desired, will be considered contingent on places being 
available, provided all basic required courses and credits shall have been 
absolved by June as indicated in (c) above. 

(e) Students who are conditioned in college courses are not accepted. 

Elective courses should be selected from the following three groups: 



Natural Sciences 
Vertebrate Embryology 
Comparative Vertebrate 

Anatomy 
Quantitative Analysis 
Physical Chemistry 
Mathematics 



Social Sciences 
Economics 
History 

Political Science 
Psychology (a basic 
course is desirable) 
Sociology, etc. 



Humanities 
English (an advanced 

course in English 

composition should 

be taken, if possible) 
Scientific German or 

French (A reading 

knowledge of either 

language is desirable, 

although German is 

preferred) 
Philosophy 

Careful attention should be given to the selection of elective courses in the 
natural sciences. Accordingly, it is suggested that the elective Hst given above 
be a guide in this connection and that the remainder of the college credits be 
accumulated from courses designed to promote a broad cultural development. 
Students should avoid the inclusion of college courses in subjects that occur in the 
medical curriculum, for example, histology, histological technique, human anat- 
omy, bacteriology, physiology, neurology, physiological chemistry. 

It is not intended that these suggestions be interpreted to restrict the education 
of students who exhibit an aptitude for the natural sciences or to limit the de- 
velopment of students who plan to follow research work in the field of medicine. 

In accepting candidates for admission, preference will be given to those apph- 
cants who have acceptable scholastic records in secondary school and college, 
satisfactory scores in the Medical College Admission Test, favorable letters of 
recommendation from their premedical committees, or from one instructor in 
each of the departments of biology, chemistry, and physics, and who in all other 
respects give every promise of becoming successful students and physicians of high 
standing. 

Those candidates for admission who are unconditionally accepted will receive 
a certificate of matriculation from the oflSce of the Dean. 

COMBINED COURSE IN ARTS AND SCIENCES AND MEDICINE 

A combined seven years' curriculum leading to the degrees of Bachelor of 
Science and Doctor of Medicine is offered by the University of Maryland. The 
first three years are taken in residence in the College of Arts and Sciences at Col- 



48 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

lege Park, and the last four years in the School of Medicine in Baltimore. (See 
University catalogue for details of quantitative and qualitative college course 
requirements.) 

If a candidate for the combined degree completes the work of the first year in 
the School of Medicine with an average of "C" without failures, and if he has ab- 
solved the quantitative and qualitative college requirements set up by the Uni- 
versity, he is eligible to recommendation by the Dean of the School of Medicine 
that the degree of Bachelor of Science be conferred. 

Because the general commencement usually takes place before the School of 
Medicine is prepared to release grades of the first-year class, this combined degree 
of Bachelor of Science is conferred at the commencement following the candidate's 
second year of residence in the School of Medicine. 

STATE MEDICAL STUDENT QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in Pennsyl- 
vania, New Jersey or New York, should apply to their respective state boards of 
education for medical student quahfying certificates (Pennsylvania and New 
Jersey) or approval of applications for medical student qualifying certificates 
(New York). 

Those students who are accepted must file satisfactory State certificates in the 
office of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exceptions will be made to this requirement. 

Addresses of the State Certifying Offices 

Director of Credentials Section, Pennsylvania Department of Public In- 
struction, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Chief of the Bureau of Credentials, New Jersey Department of Public In- 
struction, Trenton, N. J. 

Supervisor of Qualifying Certificates, The State Education Department, 
Examinations and Inspections Division, Albany, N. Y. 

DEFINITION OF RESIDENCE STATUS OF STUDENTS* 

Students who are minors are considered to be resident students if, at the time 
of their registration, the parents* have been residents of this State for at least 
one year. 

Adult students are considered to be resident students if, at the time of their 
registration, they have been residents of this State for at least one year, provided 
such residence has not been acquired while attending any school or college in 
Maryland. 

The status of the residence of a student is determined at the time of his first 
registration in the university and may not thereafter be changed by him unless, 
in the case of a minor, his parents* move to and become legal residents of this 
state by maintaining such residence for at least one full calendar year. However, 
the right of the student (minor) to change from a non-resident to a resident status 
must be established by him prior to registration for a semester in any academic 
year. 

* The term "parents" includes persons who have been legally constituted the guardians 
of or stand in loco parentis to such minor students. 



FEES AND PERSONAL EXPENSES 49 

CURRENT FEES 

Matriculation fee (paid once) $10.00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Residents of Maryland 450.00 

Tuition fee (each year) — Non-Residents 600.00 

Laboratory fee (each year) 25 .00 

Student health service fee (each year) 20 . 00 

Student activities and service fee (each year). 15. 00 

*Lodging and meals fee 6. 75 

Graduation fee 15 .00 

Re-examination fee (each subject) 5 ,00 

Transcript fee to graduates. First copy gratis, each copy thereafter. . 1.00 

RULES FOR PAYMENT OF FEES 

No fees are returnable. 

Make ail checks or money orders payable to the "University of Maryland". 

When offering checks or money orders in payment of tuition and other fees, 
students are requested to have them drawn in the exact amount of such fees. 
Personal checks whose face value is in excess of the fees due will be accepted for 
collection only. 

Acceptance. — Payment of the matriculation fee of $10.00 and of a deposit on 
tuition of $50.00 is required of accepted applicants before the expiration date 
specified in the offer of acceptance. This $60.00 deposit is not returnable and 
will be forfeited if the applicant fails to register, or it will be applied to the appli- 
cant's first semester's charges on registration. 

Registration. — All students, after proper certification, are required to register 
at the business ofiSce, Gray Laboratory. (See calendar page 5 of this bulletin 
for dates for the payments of fees, and the note regarding late registration fee.) 

One-half of the tuition fee, the laboratory fee, the student health fee, the mainte- 
nance and service fee and the student activities fee are payable on the date specified 
for registration for the first semester. 

The remainder of the tuition fee shall be paid on the date designated for the 
payment of fees for the second semester. Fourth year students shall pay the 
graduation fee, in addition, at this time. 

PENALTY FOR NON-PAYMENT OF FEES 

If semester fees are not paid in full on the specified registration dates, a penalty 
of $5.00 will be added. 

If a satisfactory settlement, or an agreement for settlement, is not made with 
the business office within ten days after a payment is due, the student automatically 
is debarred from attendance on classes and will forfeit the other privileges of the 
School of Medicine. 

* Junior Students will be billed for this fee, covering lodging and meals while on obstet- 
rical service at Baltimore City Hospitals. Accordingly, Section B. on Schedule 2 will be 
billed for the first semester; Section A on Schedule 2 for the second semester. 



50 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

REEXAMINATION FEE 

A student who is eligible to reexaminations must pay the business office $5.00 for 
each subject in which he is to be examined, and he must present the receipt to the 
faculty member giving the examination before he will be permitted to take the 
examination. 



STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND SERVICE FEE 

This fee pays for the use of clothing lockers, provides library privileges, main- 
tains student loan collections, a student lounge and cafeteria. It supports a rec- 
reational program for students of all classes, provides photographs for all school 
purposes, including state boards, and furnishes graduates with invitations and 
tickets to the Pre-commencement Exercises. It supports the activities of the 
Student Council. 



STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE 
James R. Kasns, M.D Director, Student Health Service. 

The Medical School has made provision for the systematic care of students ac- 
cording to the following plan: 

1. Preliminary Examination — AH new students will be examined during the 
first week of the semester. Notice of the date, time, and place of the examination 
will be announced to the classes and on the bulletin board. The passing of this 
physical examination is necessary before final acceptance of any student. 

2. Medical Attention — Students in need of medical attention will be seen by 
the school physician, Dr. James R. Kams, in his office at the medical school, at 
9 A.M. daily, except Saturday and Sunday. In case of necessity, students will be 
seen at their homes. 

3. Hospitalization — If it becomes necessary for any student to enter the hospital 
during the school year, the school has arranged for the payment of part or all of his 
hospital expenses, depending on the length of his stay and special expenses incur- 
red. This applies only to students admitted through the school physician's office. 

4. Physical Defects — Prospective students are advised to have any known 
physical defects corrected before entering school in order to prevent loss of time 
which later correction might incur. 

5. Eye Exami?iation — Each new matriculate is required to undergo an eye 
examination at the hands of an oculist (Doctor of Medicine) within three months 
before entering the School of Medicine. Long study hours bring out unsuspected 
eye defects which cause much loss of time and inefficiency in study if not 
corrected until after school work is under way. 

6. Limitations — It is not the function of this service to treat chronic conditions 
contracted by students before admission, nor to extend treatment to acute condi- 
tions arising in the period between academic years, unless the school physician 
recommends this service. 



GENERAL RULES 51 

GENERAL RULES 

The right is reserved to make changes in the curriculum, the requirements for 
graduation, the fees and in any of the regulations whenever the university 
authorities deem it expedient. Students are urged, therefore, to read the latest 
issue of the catalogue and follow the rules set forth therein. 

GRADING SYSTEM 
Official grades are designated by these symbols: 

Symbol Scholarship Numerical Equivalent 

A Superior 93-100 

B Good 87- 92 

C Fair 80- 86 

D Passing 75- 79 

F Failure Below 75 

I Incomplete — 

WF Withdrew, failing — 

The class standing of seniors only will be released. This standing will appear 
on senior grade reports sent out from the Registrar's office. 

ADVANCEMENT AND GRADUATION 

1. No medical student will be permitted to begin work for credit in any semester 
of any year who reports for classes later than one week after classes begin, except 
by permission of the Dean. 

2. No student will be permitted to advance with unabsolved failures. 

3. A general scholastic average of C is required for advancement to junior and 
senior standing and for graduation. 

4. A student who in any one year has one failure together with grades of D 
in all other subjects, will be dropped from the rolls. 

5. A student who has failures in two completed major subjects will be dropped 
from the rolls. 

6. All students are required to attend 85% of scheduled classes and take spring 
examinations unless excused by the Dean. 

7. Should a student be required to repeat any year in any course, he must pay 
regular fees. 

8. A student failing his final examinations for graduation at the end of the fourth 
year will be required to repeat the entire course of the fourth year and take exam- 
mations in such other branches as may be required, provided he is permitted to 
enter the school as a candidate for graduation. 

9. The general fitness of a candidate for graduation as well as the results of his 
examinations will be taken into consideration by the faculty. 

EQUIPMENT 

10. At the beginning of the first year, all students must be prepared to provide 
microscopes of a satisfactory type equipped with a mechanical stage and a sub- 
stage lamp. 



52 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

A standard microscope of either Bausch & Lomb, Leitz, Spencer, or Zeiss make, 
fitted with the following attachments, will meet the requirements: 

16 mm., lOx, 0.25 N.A. — 4.9 mm. working distance. 

4 mm., 43x, 0.65 N.A. — 0.6 mm. working distance. 

1.8 mm., 97x, oil immersion, 1.25 N.A. — 0.13 mm. working distance. 

Oculars: lOx and 5x. Huygenian eyepieces. 

Triple nose pieces with 16 mm., 4 mm., and 1.9 mm. 125 N.A. oil immersion lens. 

Wide aperture stage with quick screw condenser and built on, but detachable, 
ungraduated mechanical stage. Substage condenser, variable focusing type 1.25 
N.A. with iris diaphragm. A rack and pinion focusing device is preferred. Mir- 
ror plane on one side, concave on the other. A carrying case is recommended. 

Students are cautioned with respect to the purchase of used microscopes since 
some older instruments were equipped with a 4 mm. (high dry) objective whose 
N.A. is marked as 0.85 N.A. This objective has such a short working distance 
(0.3 mm.) that it is difficult or impossible to focus through thick cover glasses or 
the standard haemocytometer cover glass without breakage. All used microscopes 
are subject to inspection and approval by the department. 

11. Students in the second year class are required to provide stethoscopes. 

12. Third- and fourth-year students are required to provide haemocytometers, 
opthalmoscopes and otoscopes. 

STATE QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES 

13. Candidates for admission who live in or expect to practice medicine in 
Pennsylvania, New Jersey or New York must file State qualifying certificates in 
the office of the Committee on Admissions, School of Medicine, before registration. 
No exception will be made to this rule. 

EYE EXAMINATION BEFORE ADMISSION 

14. Each new matriculate in each class is required to present to the Committee 
on Admissions a certificate from an oculist, (a graduate in medicine) that the 
matriculate's eyes have been examined and are in condition, with or without 
glasses as the case may be, to endure the strain of close and intensive reading. 

It is required that this examination be completed within three months prior to 
registration and that the certificate be mailed to the Committee on Admissions 
not later than one month before registration. 

AWARDING OF COMBINED DEGREES 

15. Students entering the School of Medicine on a three-year requirement basis 
from colleges which usually grant a degree on the successful completion of the first 
year of medicine, are restricted by the following regulations: 

a — The candidate must present a certificate from his college or university that 
he has absolved the quantitative and qualitative premedical requirements 
for this degree. 

b — The candidate must acquire an average of "C" without failures for the 
work of his first year in the School of Medicine, 

c — The Dean of the School of Medicine reserves the right to withhold his 
recommendation that a bachelor's degree be conferred at a commencement 
which occurs before the official release of first-year medical grades. 



GENERAL RULES 53 

COST OF TRANSCRIPTS 

16. Graduates will receive the first transcript of record without charge. Subse- 
quent copies will cost one dollar each. Requests for transcripts must be filed 
with the Registrar's Office, University of Maryland, Lombard and Greene 
Streets, Baltimore-1, Maryland. 

HOUSING 

There are no housing or living accommodations on the campus of the medical 
school. 

PARKING 

Because of lack of space on the university parking lots no parking facilities 
are provided thereon for students. 

LIBRARY REGULATIONS 

Loan Regulations 

Loan periods have been worked out according to demand for and protection of 
different types of material. 

Two-Week Loans: All books except those on reserve. 

Three-Day Loans: All journals except the latest number (which does not 
circulate), and those on reserve. 
Overnight Loans: Books and journals on reserve. 
(4p.m.-10a.m.) 
Special Rules or Books on Reserve: 

Students whose names appear on the check-list for the Mercy Hospital section 
will be granted the necessary hours to return reserve books. 

Overnight books may be reserved in advance only within the week in which they 
will be used. Books may be reserved on Saturday for the following Monday. 
Overnight books may not be reserved tw^o successive nights by the same person. 
Advance reserves will be held until one hour before closing. 

Fines 

Fines are imposed not to acquire money, but to assure equal access to books, 
Two-Week Loans: 5 ff per day. 
Three-Day Loans: Si per day. 
Overnight Loans: Si per hour. 

Lost Books: List price of the book. (Lost books should be reported at once) 
All books must be returned, lost books replaced or paid for, and fines paid before 
a student can finish the year in good standing. 

In fairness to all concerned, these rules must be enforced without exception. 

CERTIFICATION FOR STATE BOARD AND NATIONAL BOARD 
EXAMINATIONS 

/No student will be certified to State Board or National Board examiners who 
has unabsolved failures in subjects taken during the academic period covered 
by these examinations. 



54 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

WITHDRAWALS AND REFUNDS 

Formal Withdrawal Procedures 

Students over 21 years of age desiring to leave the School of Medicine at any 
time during the academic year are required to file with the Dean a written applica- 
tion for withdrawal. In addition, the student must secure an "honorable dismissal 
release" form from the Dean's secretary, and return this to the Dean's office 
appropriately signed by representatives of the departments listed thereon, together 
with his ''matriculation certificate." 

If these procedures are not completed, the student will not be entitled to honor- 
able dismissal nor to refund of fees. 

Students under 21 years of age, must supplement the procedures previously 
described with the written consent of their parents or guardians. 

Academic Standing On Withdrawal 

Students who voluntarily withdraw during an academic semester will be given 
no credit. 

Students are not permitted to resort to withdrawal in order to preclude current 
or impending failures. Their standing on withdrawal will be recorded in the 
registrar's office. 

Students who withdraw from the School of Medicine, must apply to the Com- 
mittee on Admissions for readmission, unless other arrangements have been con- 
summated with the Dean's written consent. 

Refunds on Withdrawal 

Students who are eligible to honorable dismissal will receive a refund of current 
charges, after the matriculation fee has been deducted, according to the following 
schedule: 

Period elapsed after instruction begins. Percentage refundable 

Two weeks or less 80% 

Between two and three weeks 60% 

Between three and four weeks 40% 

Between four and five weeks 20% 

After five weeks 

PRIZES 

THE FACULTY PRIZE 

The faculty will award the gold medal and certificate and five certificates of 
honor to those six of the first ten highest ranking candidates for graduation who, 
during the four academic years, have exhibited outstanding qualifications for the 
practice of medicine. 

THE DR. A. BRADLEY GAITHER MEMORIAL PRIZE 

A prize of $25.00 is given each year by Mrs. A. Bradley Gaither as a memorial 
to the late Dr. A. Bradley Gaither, to the student in the senior class doing the best 
work in genito-urinary surgery. 



SCHOLARSHIPS 55 

THE WILLIAM D. WOLFE MEMORIAL PRIZE 
(Value $100.00 each) 
A certificate of proficiency and a prize of $100.00 will be awarded each year 
until the fund is dissipated, to the graduate selected by the Faculty Board show- 
ing greatest proficiency in Dermatology. 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

AH scholarships are assigned for one academic year, unless specifically reawarded 
on consideration of an application. 

Official appHcation forms are obtainable at the Dean's office, where they should 
be filed four months before the ensuing academic year. 

THE DR. SAMUEL LEON FRANK SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was estabhshed by Mrs. Bertha Rayner Frank as a memorial 
to the late Dr. Samuel Leon Frank, an alumnus of this university. 

It is awarded by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the University each 
year upon nomination by the Faculty Board "to a medical student of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland, who in the judgment of said Council, is of good character 
and in need of pecuniary assistance to continue his medical course." 

This scholarship is awarded to a second, third or fourth year student who has 
successfully completed one year's work in this school. No student may hold 
this scholarship for more than two years. 

THE CHARLES M. HITCHCOCK SCHOLARSHIPS 
(Value $100.00 each) 
Two scholarships were established from a bequest to the School of Medicine 
by the late Charles M. Hitchcock, M.D., an alunmus of the university. 

These scholarships are awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment 
Fund of the University, upon nomination by the Faculty Board, to students 
who have meritoriously completed the work of at least the first year of the course 
in medicine, and who present to the Board satisfactory evidence of a good moral 
character and of inability to continue the course without pecuniary assistance. 

THE RANDOLPH WINSLOW SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $100.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Randolph Winslow, M.D., LL.D. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon nomination by the Faculty Board, to a "needy student of the Senior, 
Junior, or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

"He must have maintained an average grade of 85% in all his work up to the 
time of awarding the scholarship." 

"He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Faculty Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance." 



56 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

THE DR. LEO KARLINSKY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP 
(Value $125.00) 

This scholarship was established by Mrs. Ray Mintz Karlinsky as a memorial 
to her husband, the late Dr. Leo Karlinsky, an alumnus of the university. 

It is awarded annually by the Trustees of the Endowment Fund of the Univer- 
sity, upon the nommation of the Faculty Board, to "a needy student of the 
Senior, Junior or Sophomore Class of the Medical School." 

He must have maintained in all his work up to the time of awarding the scholar- 
ship a satisfactory grade of scholarship. 

He must be a person of good character and must satisfy the Faculty Board 
that he is worthy of and in need of assistance. 

THE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP 

A scholarship which entitles the holder to exemption from payment of tuition 
fee for the year, is awarded annually by the Faculty Board to a student of the 
senior class in need of assistance who presents to the Faculty Board satisfactory 
evidence of good character and scholarship. 

THE FREDERICA GEHRMANN SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $200.00) 
(Not open to holders of Warfield and Cohen Scholarships) 
This scholarship was established by the bequest of the late Mrs. Frederica 
Gehrmann and is awarded to a third-year student who at the end of the second 
year has passed the best practical examinations in physiology, pharmacology, 
pathology, bacteriology, immunology, serology, surgical anatomy and neuro- 
anatomy. 

THE CLARENCE AND GENEVRA WARFIELD SCHOLARSHIPS 

(Value $300.00 each) 

There are five scholarships established by the regents from the income of the 
fund bequeathed by the will of Dr. Clarence Warfield. 

Terms and Conditions: These scholarships are available to students of any of 
the classes of the course in medicine. Preference is given to students from the 
counties of the state of Maryland which the Faculty Board may from time to 
time determine to be most in need of medical practitioners. 

Any student receiving one of these scholarships must agree, after graduation 
and a year's internship, to undertake the practice of medicine, for a term of two 
years, in the county to which the student is accredited, or in a county selected by 
the Board. In the event that a student is not able to comply with the condition 
requiring him to practice in the county to which he is accredited by the Board, 
the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded by the student. 

THE ISRAEL AND CECELIA E. COHEN SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value $150.00) 

This scholarship was established by the late Eleanor S. Cohen in memory of 
her parents, Israel and Cecelia E. Cohen. Terms and conditions: This scholarship 



SCHOLARSHIPS 57 

will be available to students of any one of the classes of the course in medicine; 
preference is given to students of the counties in the state of Maryland which the 
Faculty Board may from time to time determine to be most in need of medical 
practitioners. Any student receiving one of these scholarships must, after gradua- 
tion and a year's internship, agree to undertake the practice of medicine for a term 
of two years in the county to which the student is accredited, or in a county se- 
lected by the council. In the event that a student is not able to comply with 
the condition requiring him to practice in the county to which he is accredited by 
the Board, the money advanced by the regents shall be refunded. 

THE DR. HORACE BRUCE HETRICK SCHOLARSPHP 

(Value $125.00) 

This scholarship was established by Dr. Horace Bruce Hetrick as a memorial 
to his sons, Bruce Hayward Hetrick and Augustus Christian Hetrick. It is to 
be awarded by the Faculty Board to a student of the senior class. 

THE HENRY ROLANDO SCHOLARSHIP 

(Value approximately $250.00) 

The Henry Rolando Scholarship was established by the Board of Regents of 
the University of Maryland from a bequest to the Board by the late Anne H. 
Rolando for the use of the Faculty of Medicine. 

This scholarship will be awarded each academic year on the recommendation 
of the Faculty Board to a "poor and deserving student." 

THE READ SCHOLARSHIPS 

The sum of $500.00 L^ now available to cover two (2) scholarships in the 
amount of $250.00 each for the scholastic year, beginning in 1945, as a dona- 
tion from the Read Drug and Chemical Company of Baltimore, Maryland. 
Two students are to be selected by the Dean of the School in collaboration 
with the Scholarship and Loan Committee of the Medical School with the pro- 
vision that the students selected shall be worthy, deserving students, residents 
of the State of Maryland. 

LOAN FUNDS 

VV. K. KELLOGG FUND 

This loan fund was established in the academic year 1942 with money granted 
by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. The interest paid on the loans, together with 
the principal of the fund as repaid, will be used to found a rotating loan fund. 
Loans will be made on the basis of need, character and scholastic attainment. 

FACULTY OF MEDICINE LOAN FUND 

A Faculty of Medicine Loan Fund was established with money derived from 
the bequest of Dr. William R. Sanderson, Class 1882, and the gift of Dr. Albert 
Stein, Class 1907. Loans will be made on the basis of need, character, and 
scholastic ability. 



58 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

THE JAY W. EATON LOAN FUND 

This fund was established by the local chapter of the Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity 
in memory of Jay W. Eaton of the class of 1946. 

Beginning in 1946 an interest-free loan of $100.00 will be made to some worthy 
member of the senior class, on recommendation of the Scholarship Committee of 
the School of Medicine. This loan is to be credited to the tuition fee of the ap- 
pointed student and is to be repaid by the student within four years following his 
graduation. 

THE SENIOR CLASS LOAN FUND 

The senior class of 1945 originated this fund which will accumulate by subscrip- 
tion from among members of each senior class. 

The conditions of the agreement provide that the dean of the School of Medicine 
award a loan of $100.00 to a needy member of the senior class on the recommenda- 
tion of a self-perpetuating committee of two members of the faculty. 

Loans from this fund are to be credited to the tuition fee of the appointed 
student and are to be repaid within five years from the date of graduation. 

THE STUDENT AID FUND FOR SENIORS 

This fund was originated by the class of 1950 and is sponsored by the senior 
class of each succeeding year. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial 
aid for any deserving member of the senior class. All members of the senior 
class are eligible to apply for a loan. Applications may be filed at the ofiice of the 
dean. 

The conditions of the agreement provide that the Scholarship and Loan Com- 
mittee award loans to members of the senior class on recommendation of a self- 
perpetuating committee of two members of the faculty who may call on the 
president of the senior class for assistance, if desired. 

Loans from this fund are made on a non-interest bearing basis and are payable 
within five years. A signed note is required. No co-signers are necessary. 

ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 

The curriculum is organized under thirteen departments. 

1. Anatomy. 

2. Physiology. 

3. Bacteriology and Immunology. 

4. Biological Chemistry. 

5. Pharmacology and Materia Medica. 

6. Pathology. 

7. Medicine (including Medical Specialties), 

8. Surgery (including Surgical Specialties). 

9. Obstetrics. 

10. Gynecology. 

11. Ophthalmology. 

12. Roentgenology. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 59 

13. Anaesthesiology. 

14. Psychiatry. 

15. Pediatrics. 

The instruction is given in four academic years of graded work. 

Several courses of study extend through two years or more, but in no case are 
the students of different years thrown together in the same course of teaching. 

The first and second years are devoted largely to the study of the structures, 
functions and chemistry of the normal body. Laboratory work occupies most of 
the student's time during these two years. 

Some introductory instruction in medicine and surgery is given in the second 
year. The third and fourth years are almost entirely cHnical. 

A special feature of instruction in the school is the attempt to bring together 
teacher and student in close personal relationship. In many courses of instruc- 
tion the classes are divided into small groups and a large number of instructors 
insures attention to the requirements of each student. 

In most courses the final examination as the sole test of proficiency has dis- 
appeared and the student's fimal grade is determined largely by partial examina- 
tions, recitations and assigned work carried on throughout the course. 

DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY 

Eduard Uhlenhuth Professor of Anatomy, and Head of the Department 

Frank H. J. Figge Professor of Anatomy 

O. G. Harne Associate Professor of Anatomy 

Vernon E. Krahl Associate Professor of Anatomy 

R. Dale Smith Associate Professor of Anatomy 

John F. Lutz Assistant Professor of Anatomy 

Karl F. Mech Associate in r^natomy 

V. V. Brunst Research Associate 

Geraldine F. Wolfe U.S.P.H. Fellow 

Russell L. Christopher Weaver Fellow in Anatomy' 

Dewitt T. Hunter Weaver Fellow in Anatomy' 

William E. Loechel Fellow in Anatomy'^ 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

W. Wallace Walker Associate Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

William B . Settle Assistant Professor of Surgical Anatomy 

Herbert E. Reifschneider .Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Henry L. Rigdon Associate in Surgical Anatomy 

Harry C. Bowie Instructor in Surgical Anatomy 

Ross Z. PiERPONT Instructor in Surgical Anatomy 

Gross Anatomy. First Year. First semester. The gross structure of the 
human body, studied by dissection of the human cadaver. The entire human 
body is dissected. Approximately 390 hours; of these 88 hours are devoted to 
lectures and conferences, the rest to laboratory work and demonstrations. Drs. 
Ulilenhuth, Krahl, Smith and Mcch. 

First Year. First Semester. Peripheral Nervous System. A lecture course 

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of approximately 32 hours, in two-hour periods each Saturday morning. Dr. 
Uhlenhuth. 

First Year. First Semester. The Microscopic Structure of the Organs, Tis- 
sues and Cells of the Human Body. 

This course will present an integrated study of the histology and embryology 
of the human body. While much of the time is devoted to the study of fixed and 
stained non-living tissues and organs, the development of a concept of the dynamic 
and functional aspects of living cells and organs is the primary' goal of the course. 
ISO hours. Dr. Figge, Prof. Hame and Dr. Lutz. 

First Year. Second Semester. The Central Nervous System, The study of 
the detailed anatomy of the central nervous system will be coordinated with the 
structure and function of the entire nervous system. This study will require the 
dissection of a human brain and the examination of stained microscopic sections 
of various levels of the brain stem. 100 hours. Dr. Figge, Prof. Harne, Dr. 
Lutz. 

Second Year. Second Semester. Topographic and Surgical Anatomy. The 
course is designed to bridge the gap between abstract anatomy and clinical anatomy 
as applied to the study and practice of medicine and surgery. Students are re- 
quired to dissect and demonstrate all points, outlines and regions of the cadaver. 
Underlying regions are dissected to bring out outlines and relations of structures. 
Dr. Brantigan and staff. 

Total hours: 96 

Graduate and Postgraduate Courses. Consult the general catalog of the 
University of Maryland for descriptions of these courses. 

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY 

William R. Amberson Professor of Physiology, and Head of the Department 

Dietrich Conrad Smith Professor of Physiology 

Frederick P. Ferguson Assistant Professor of Physiology 

Sylvia Himmelfarb Assistant in Physiology 

Frances C. Brown Assistant in Physiology 

Raymond F. Kline Porter Fellow in Physiology 

The work in physiology is given in two separate courses: 

First Year. Second Semester. A course in neuro-muscular physiology is 
presented in two lectures a week, without laboratory work. 

Second Year. First Semester. The remainder of the subject is presented in 
four lectures, one conference, and tv/o laboratory periods a week. 

The fundamental concepts of physiology are presented with special reference 
to mammalian problems. 

Total hours: 224. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 

Frank W. Hachtel Professor of Bacteriology and Head of the Department 

Edward Steers Associate Professor of Bacteriology 



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Andrew G. Smith Assistant Professor of Bacteriology 

H. Edmund Levin Associate in Bacteriology 

Hazel Y. Pruitt Assistant in Bacteriology 

Second Year. First Semester. The principles of general bacteriology are 
taught by quiz, conference, and lecture. 

Instruction given in the laboratory includes the methods of preparation of 
culture media, the study of pathogenic bacteria, and the bacteriological examina- 
tion of water and milk. The bacteriological diagnosis of communicable diseases 
is also included. 

Second Year. Second Semester. The principles of immunology are presented 
by means of quizzes, conferences and lectures. 

The course includes a consideration of infection and immunity, the nature and 
action of the various antibodies, complement fixation and flocculation tests, hyper- 
sensitiveness, and the preparation of bacterial vaccines. 

Experiments are carried out by the class in the laboratory. During the latter 
half of the semester the class is divided into sections. 

Total hours: Bacteriology 120. 
Immunology 72. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the stafif. 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

Emil G. Schmidt Professor of Biological Chemistry and Head of the Department 

Edward J. Herbst Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry 

William H. Summerson Lecturer in Biological Chemistry 

Ann Virginia Brown Instructor in Biological Chemistry 

Margaret E. Mellott Instructor in Biological Chemistry 

Jane F. Beardsley Research Assistant in Biological Chemistry 

Dorothy D. Hubbard Weaver Fellow in Biological Chemistry 

First Year. Second Semester. This course is designed to present the prin- 
ciples of biological chemistry and to indicate their applications to the clinical 
aspects of medicine. The phenomena of living matter and its chief ingredients, 
secretions and excretions are discussed in lectures and conferences and examined 
experimentally. Training is given in biochemical methods of investigation. Total 
hours: 208. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses ofifered by members of the stafif. 

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY 

John C. Krantz, Jr Professor of Pharmacology and Head of the Department 

C. Jelleff Carr Associate Professor of Pharmacology 

Harry K. Iwamoto Assistant Professor of Pharmacology 

Ruth Musser Instructor in Pharmacolog>' 

Joseph G. Bird Assistant and Fellow in Pharmacology 

Amedeo S. Marrazzi Lecturer in Pharmacology 

William G. Harne Demonstrator in Pharmacology 

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Mary S. Fassel Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

John B. Haemon Emerson Fellow in Pharmacology 

Edward B. Truitt, Jr Markle Fellow in Pharmacology 

Raymond M. Burgison Fellow in Pharmacology 

Chi Chan Ling Ohio Chemical Co., Fellow in Pharmacology 

This course is designed to include those phases of pharmacology necessary for 
an intelligent use of drugs in the treatment of disease. The didactic instruction 
includes materia medica, pharmacy, prescription-writing, toxicology, posology, 
pharmacodynamics, and experimental therapeutics. The laboratory exercises 
parallel the course of lectures. 

In addition, optional conference periods and lectures are available for students 
desiring further instruction or advice. 

Total hours: 216. 

Graduate Courses. Consult the catalogue of the Graduate School for descrip- 
tions of the graduate courses offered by members of the staff. 

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

Hugh R. Spencer Professor of Pathology and Head of the Department 

Robert B. Wright '. Associate Professor of Pathology 

C. Gardner Warner Associate Professor of Pathology 

Walter C. Merkel Associate Professor of Pathology 

Dexter L. Reimann Associate Professor of Pathology 

John A. Wagner Associate Professor of Pathology 

Albert E. Goldstein Assistant Professor of Pathology 

Milton S. Sacks Associate in Pathology 

Benedict Skitarelic Associate in Pathology 

Leon Freedom Associate in Pathology 

Conrad B, Acton Instructor in Pathology 

Howard B. Mays Instructor in Pathology 

Ephraim T, Lisansky Instructor in Pathology 

D, McClella^td Dixon Instructor in Pathology 

William B. VandeGrift Instructor in Pathology 

William J. Bryson Instructor in Pathology 

Karl F. Mech Instructor in Pathology 

Seymour W. Rubin Instmctor in Pathology 

Richard J. Colfer Instructor m Pathology 

Donald E. Fisher Instructor in Pathology 

Charles P. Barnett Instructor in Pathology 

Theodore Kardash Instructor in Pathology 

L. Calvin Gareis Instructor in Pathology 

Courses of instruction in pathology are given during the second and third years. 
The courses are based on the previous study of normal structure and function and 
aim to outline the history of disease. The relationship between clinical symptoms 
and anatomical lesions is constantly stressed. 

General Pathology. Second Semester, Second Year. This course includes 
the study of disturbances of the body fluids; disturbances of structure, nutrition 
and metabolism of cells; disturbances of fat, carbohydrate and protein metab- 
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Laboratory instruction is based on the study of prepared slides (loan collection) 
and corresponding gross material. 

Applied Pathology, Including Gross Morbid Anatomy and Morbid 
Physiology. Third Year, The laboratory instruction in this course is carried 
out in small teaching museums where prepared specimens and material from au- 
topsies with clinical histories and sections are available for study. For this work 
the class is divided into small groups. Clinical correlation is stressed. 

Autopsies. Third Year. Students in small groups attend autopsies at the 
morgues of the University Hospital and the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

Clinical-Pathological Conference. {Fourth Year.) These exercises are 
held in collaboration with the Department of Medicine. Selected cases are dis- 
cussed and autopsy findings are presented. 

Second year 184 hours 

Third year 160 hours 

Fourth year 30 hours 

Total 374 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 

Maurice C. Pincoffs Professor of Medicine and Head of the Department 

T. Nelson Carey .... Professor of Clinical Medicine and Chairman of the Department 
of Medicine 

G. Carroll Lockard Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Thomas P. Sprunt Professor of Clinical Medicine 

H. Raymond Peters Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Louis A. M. Krause Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Paul W. Clough Associate Professor of Medicine 

Walter A. Baetjer Associate Professor of Medicine 

William S. Love, Jr Associate Professor of Medicine 

Thomas C. Wolff Associate Professor of Medicine 

Howard M. Bubert Associate Professor of Medicine 

J. Sheldon Eastland Associate Professor of Medicine 

Milton S. Sacks Associate Professor of Medicine 

Lewis P. Gundry Associate Professor of Medicine 

Samuel Morrison Associate Professor of Medicine 

Theodore E. Woodward Associate Professor of Medicine 

William H. Smith Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Wetherbee Fort Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Frank J. Geraghty Assistant Professor of Medicine 

H. Vernon Langeluttig Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Sol Smith Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Edward F. Cotter Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Samuel Legum Associate in Medicine 

Robert A. Reiter Associate in Medicine 

W. Grafton Herspberger Associate in Medicine 

Meyer \V. Jacobson Associate in Medicine 

Conrad B. Acton Associate in Medicine 

Irving Freeman Associate in Medicine 

Francis G. Dickey Associate in Medicine 

C. Edward Leach Associate in Medicine 



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Lawrence M. Serra Associate 

Marie A. Andersch Associate 

Harry M. Robinson, Jr Associate 

William K. Waller Associate 

Ephraim T. Lisansky Associate 

Samuel T. R. Revell Associate 

Arthur Karfgin Associate 

M. Paul Byerly ; Associate 

Henry W. D. Holljes Associate 

S. Edwin Muller Associate 

SroNEY Scherlis Associate 

Henry J. Marriott Associate 

Kurt Levy Associate 

David Tenner Instructor 

Philip D. Flynn Instructor 

Edward S. Kallins Instructor 

John A. Myers Instructor 

William G. Helfrich Instructor 

M. Paul Padget Instructor 

Leon Ashman Instructor 

Joseph E. Muse, Jr Instructor 

Daniel Wilfson, Jr Instructor 

William H. Kammer, Jr Instructor 

Samuel J. Hankin Instructor 

Frederick J. Vollmer Instructor 

Louis J. Kroll Instructor 

John R. Davis Instructor 

John Z. Bowers Instructor 

Wilfred H. Townshend Instructor 

Alvin J. Hartz Instructor 

James R. Karns Instructor 

Ernest Guy Instructor 

John B. DeHoff Instructor 

Edmund G. Beacham Instructor 

Jonas Cohen Instructor 

Charles E. Brambel Instructor 

Walter Karfgin Instructor 

L. Ann Hellen Instructor 

AuDRY M. Funk Instructor 

Morris Fine Assistant 

Samuel Snyder Assistant 

RoLLiN C. Hudson Assistant 

Stephen J. Van Lill, 3rd Assistant 

Franklin E. Leslie Assistant 

Thomas L. Worsley Assistant 

Adam Swiss Assistant 

John C. Osborne Assistant 

William G. Fusting Assistant 

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GENERAL OUTLINE 
Second Year 
Introduction to clinical medicine. 

(a) Introductory physical diagnosis. (1 hour a week, first semester; 2 hours a week, 

second semester.) 

(b) Medical clinics. (1 hour a week, second semester.) 

Third Year 

I. The methods of examination (13 hours a week), (a) History taking, (b) Physical 
diagnosis, (c) Clinical pathology. 
These subjects are taught and practiced in the hospital out-patient department 
and in the clinical laboratory. 
II. The principles of medicine (200 hours). 

(a) Lectures, clinics and demonstrations in general medicine, neurology, pediatrics 
psychiatry and preventive medicine. 

Fourth Year 
The practice of medicine. 
I. Clinical clerkship on the medical wards. (26 hours a week for ten weeks.) 

(a) Responsibility, under supervision, for the history, physical examination, 

laboratory examinations and progress notes of assigned cases. 

(b) Ward classes in general medicine, the medical specialties, and therapeutics. 
II. Clinics in general medicine and the medical specialties. 

(6 hours a week.) 

III. Dispensary work in the medical specialties. 

IV. Clinical-pathological conferences (1 hour a week). 

MEDICAL DISPENSARY WORK 

The medical dispensaries of both the Mercy and the University Hospitals are 
utilized for teaching in the third year. Each student spends two hours daily for 
ten weeks in dispensary work. The work is done in groups of four to six students 
under an instructor. Systematic history-taking is especially stressed. Physical 
findings are demonstrated. The student becomes familiar with the commoner 
acute and chronic disease processes. 

PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS 

T. CoNiiAD Wolff 

Associate Professor of Medicine, and Head of the Department of Physical Diagnosis 
Robert A. Reiter. . . .Associate in Medicine, in charge of Lower Respiratory Disease 

Samuel Legum Associate in Medicine, in charge of Cardiovascular Disease 

Irving Freeman Associate in Medicine 

Grafton Hersperger Associate in Medicine 

Kurt Levy .• Associate in Medicine 

Louis Kroll Instructor in Medicine 

Daniel Wilfson Instructor in Medicine 

Leon Ashman Instructor in Medicine 

Joseph Muse Instructor in Medicine 

Samuel Hankin Instructor in Medicine 



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John B. DEHorr Instructor in Medicine 

Alvin Hartz • . . Instructor in Medicine 

William G. Helfrich Instructor in Medicine 

Stuart D. Sunday Assistant in Medicine 

Thom-\s L. Worsley, Jr Assistant in Medicine 

Elizabeth D. Sherrill Assistant in Medicine 

William H. Fusting Assistant in Medicine 

The course in physical diagnosis starts with the first semester of the Sophomore 
year and ends with the termination of the second semester of the Junior year. 

First Semester — Seco7zd Year — Lecture, one hour weekl}^ covering the technique 
of history writing in the normal person and the mechanics of the physical signs 
elicited in the normal person through inspection, palpation, percussion and aus- 
cultation. 

Second Semester — Second Year — Lecture, one hour weekly, covering the tech- 
nique of history writing in cases involving disease, and the mechanics of patho- 
logical physical signs on inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation. 

In the third and fourth quarters small tutorial groups are formed, each under 
the direction of an instructor. Experience in physical examination of normal indi- 
viduals is given in the third quarter for one afternoon weekly. In the fourth 
quarter the students become acquainted with abnormal signs through examination 
of hospital patients. 

Third Year — a. The class is divided into four sections. Each section receives 
bedside instruction in physical diagnosis for seven weeks (2 hrs. daily). For this 
purpose smaU groups under an instructor are formed. The instruction is carried 
on in the Baltimore City Hospitals but in addition advantage is occasionally taken 
of the clinical opportunities in other institutions. 

b. Lecture course (1 hr. weekly) covering the mechanisms of abnormal signs. 

THERAPEUTICS 

Third Year. General therapeutics and materia medica are taken up and an 
effort is made to familiarize the student with the practical treatment of disease. 
The special therapy of the chief diseases is then reviewed. 

Fourth Year. Special consideration is given to the practical application of 
therapeutic principles in bedside teaching and the chief therapeutic methods are 
demonstrated. 

Students attend therapeutic ward rounds once a week throughout their medical 
trimester. 

TROPICAL MEDICINE 

Certain phases of tropical medicine are considered in the course on clinical 
pathology. In addition, a course of lectures and demonstrations is given to the 
entire fourth year class. 

TUBERCULOSIS 

During the third year in connection with the instruction in physical diagnosis 
a practical course is given at the Municipal Tuberculosis Hospital. Stress is laid 



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upon the recognition of the physical signs of the disease, as well as upon its symp- 
tomatology and gross pathology. 

CARDIOLOGY 

In the third year a series of lectures and clinics correlated with pathological 
studies is given the entire class. 

During the fourth year an elective course in cardiology is offered at the Mercy 
Hospital. The course occupies one and one-half hours weekly. Physical diag- 
nosis, electocardiography and the therapeutic management of cardiac cases 
are stressed. 

Elective out-patient work is available also to members of the fourth year class 
in the cardiac clinic of the University Hospital. 

SYPHILIS 

Third Year. During the third year the subject of syphilis is dealt with in the 
lecture course. 

Fourth Year. An elective course in the therapeutic management of syphilis is 
offered in the dispensary. 



CLINICAL Px\THOLOGY 

Milton S. Sacks Associate Professor of Medicine and Head of 

the Department of Clinical Pathology 

Sol Smith Assistant Professor of Medicine 

Marie A. Andersch Biochemist, University Hospital, Associate in Medicine 

S. Edwin Muller Associate in Medicine 

Jom^ A. Wagner Assistant in Medicine 

L. Ann Hellen Instructor in Medicine 

Audrey M. Funk Instructor in Medicine 

C. L. Spurling Baltimore RH Laboratory Fellow in Medicine 

Joseph A. Gullbeau, Jr Baltimore Rh Laboratory Fellow in Obstetrics 

Third Year. First and second semesters. The course in Clinical Pathology is 
designed to train the student in the third year in the performance and interpretation 
of fundam^ental diagnostic laboratory procedures used in clinical medicine. 

During the first semester the work is devoted to a thorough consideration of dis- 
eases of the hematopoietic system. In the second semester, in connection with 
laboratory work in urinalysis, gastric analysis, hepatic, pancreatic and renal func- 
tions, thorough discussion of underlying biochemical and physiological mecha- 
nisms is undertaken. During this semester examination of cerebrospinal fluid, 
transudates and exudates is also included. Elements of clinical parasitology 
round out the work in this semester. 

Each student provides his own microscope and blood counting equipment. A 
completely equipped locker is assigned to every^ student. 

Total Hours: 128. 

Fourth Year. During the fourth 3Tar the student applies in the laboratories of 
the various affiliated hospitals the knowledge acquired during the preceding year. 
A completely equipped locker is assigned enabling him to work independently of 



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the general laboratories. Instructors are available during certain hours to give 
necessary assistance and advice. 

GASTRO-ENTEROLOGY 

Theodore H. Morkison Clinical Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Samuel Morrison Associate Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Maurice Feldman Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Zachariah Morgan Assistant Professor of Gastro-Enterology 

Francis G. Dickey Associate in Medicine 

Z. Vance Hooper Associate in Gastro-Enterology 

Albert J. Shochat Instructor in Gastro-Enterology 

Alfred S. Lederman Assistant in Gastro-Enterology 

Third Year. A series of six lectures is given on the diseases of the digestive 
tract. 

Fourth Year. Clinics and demonstrations are given to the class for one hour a 
week; dispensary instruction to small groups throughout the entire session. Prac- 
tical instruction is given in the use of modern methods of study of the diseases of 
the gastro-intestinal tract. 

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY 

Jacob E. Finesinger Professor of Psychiatry and Head of the Department 

H. Whitman Newell Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

Harry M. Murdock ... Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Philip S. Wagner Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Hans W. Loewald Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

William W. Elgin Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

J. G. N. Gushing Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

Kathryn L. Schultz Assistant Professor of Psychiatry 

IsADORE Tuerk Associate in Psychiatry 

Kathryn Dice Associate in Clinical Psychology 

Elizabeth LaForge Associate in Psychiatric Social Work 

A. Russell Anderson Instructor in Psychiatry 

Francis J. McLaughlin Instructor in Psychiatry 

Samuel Novey Instructor in Psychiatry 

Richard H. Pembroke, Jr Instructor in Psychiatry 

Phoebe Rich Instructor in Psychiatric Social Work 

Marcella Weisman Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work 

Elizabeth Smith ' Assistant in Psychiatric Social Work 

Ruth Rabinovitch Fellow in Psychiatry 

Suzanne Mohler Fellow in Clinical Psychology 

William Stark Fellow in Psychiatry 

Marion A. Marty Fellow in Clinical Psychology 

First Year. The 16 lecture hours will be devoted largely to a discussion of 
factors influencing the formation of character and the deviations in personality 
falling within the range of "normal." The usual endogenous and environmental 
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chronologically presented. Basic psychological concepts and psycho-dynamics 
will be reviewed. The methods of psychiatry with reference to the life history, 
mental status examination, and psychometric testing will be outlined and 
demonstrated. 

Second Year. Fourteen 2-hour lecture demonstrations on psychopathology will 
introduce the student to personaHty deviations considered ''abnormal." The 
mental status examination will be demonstrated in detail. The major and minor 
psychoses will be presented in terms of the psycho-dynamics of symptoms and re- 
action types. The student will be expected, at the conclusion of the year, to be 
familiar with the psychopathology and cHnical characteristics of the usual psy- 
chiatric problems. 

Third Year. The 16 lecture hours will be devoted to further considerations of 
special psychopathology and the principles of psychotherapy. Specialized forms 
of treatment will be reviewed, but the main emphasis will be toward familiarizing 
the student with forms of therapy feasible in routine medical practice. During 
the 36 clinic hours the student will be supervised in history-taking, mental status 
and psychometric examination, and follow-up studies of patients. 

Fourth Year. A series of 10 lecture demonstrations will serve to summarize 
previous instruction and to appraise the student's insight into psychopathology, 
the recognition of clinical syndromes, and their management. Characteristic 
reaction types will be demonstrated and discussed largely as concerns probable 
etiology and possible preventive measures. The relationship of mental illness to 
the major problems of social upheaval, economic, and other sources of insecurity 
will be considered. 

DEPARTMENT OF PEDIATRICS 

J. Edmund Bradley Professor of Pediatrics and Head of the Department 

C. LoRiNG JosLiN Professor of Pediatrics 

Edgar B. Friedenwald Professor of Clinical Pediatrics 

A. H. Finkelstein Associate Professor of Pediatrics 

Frederick B. Smith Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

Albert Jaefe Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics 

Samuel S. Click Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Jerome Fineman Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Gibson J. Wells Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

William M. Seabold Assistant Professor of Pediatrics 

Clewell Howell Associate in Pediatrics 

G. BowTERS Mansdorfer Associate in Pediatrics 

Arnold F. Lavenstein Instructor in Pediatrics 

Mary L. Hayleck Instructor in Pediatrics 

Israel P. Meranski Instructor in Pediatrics 

Melchijah Spragins Instructor in Pediatrics 

Thomas A. Christensen Instructor in Pediatrics 

Joseph M. Cordi Instructor in Pediatrics 

William Earl Weeks Assistant in Pediatrics 

J. Carlton Wich Assistant in Pediatrics 

O. Walter Spltrrier Assistant in Pediatrics 

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A. Mayxard Bacon, Jr Assistant in Pediatrics 

Donald D. Cooper Assistant in Pediatrics 

Sarah Cook Fellow in Pediatrics 

Third Year. The course is presented as follows: 

Lectures on infant feeding and the fundamentals of diseases of infants and 
children. (15 hours.) 

Lectures on contagious diseases in conjunction with the Department of 
Hygiene and Preventive Medicine. (14 hours.) 

A special course in physical diagnosis is given at City Hospitals. (20 hours.) 

Clinical conferences demonstrating diseases of the new-bom. (6 hours.) 

Fourth Year. An amphitheatre clinic is given at which patients are shown 
to demonstrate the features of the diseases discussed. (30 hours.) 

Conferences and demonstrations are given in problems concerning diagnosis, 
care, treatment and clinical pathology of the diseases of infants and children. 
(30 hours.) 

Students are assigned subjects for the preparation of theses. 

Clinical clerkships are assigned on the pediatric wards, where experience is 
gained in taking histories, making physical examinations, doing routine laboratory 
work, and following up the patients' progress. This is under the supervision of the 
visiting staff. (140 hours.) 

Instruction is given in the pediatric clinic of the out-patient department of 
the University Hospital. This consists of la hours daily for five weeks — 30 
minutes each day being devoted to a clinical demonstration of some interesting 
case by a member of the staff; one hour daily to taking histories and making 
physical examinations under supervision of one of the staff instructors. (45 hours.) 

Total hours: 300. 

NEUROLOGY 

Leon Freedom Associate Professor of Neurology 

Philip F. Lerner Assistant Professor of Neurology 

William L. Fearing Associate in Neurology 

Edward F. Cotter Associate in Neurology 

Harry Teitelbaum Associate in Neurology 

Second Year. Fifteen one-hour lectures are given to correlate the anatomy 
and physiology of the nervous system with clinical neurology. 

Third Year. Twenty hours of instruction are given to the whole class in neuro- 
pathology supplemented with pathological demonstrations. Sixteen lecture- 
demonstrations are given in which the major types of the diseases of the nervous 
system are discussed. A course is also given at the Baltimore City Hospitals, 
comprising eight periods of two hours each, in which the students in small groups 
carry out complete neurological examinations of selected cases which illustrate 
the chief neurological syndromes. 

Fourth Year. A clinical conference one hour each week is given to the whole 
class at the University and Mercy Hospitals. All patients presented at these 
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dents who demonstrate the patients before the class. The patients are usually 
assigned one or two weeks before they are presented, and each student in the class 
must study and present one or more patients during the year. 

Ward Class Instruction. Nine hours of instruction are given to each student 
in small sections at the University and Mercy Hospitals. In these classes the 
students come in close personal contact with the patients in the wards under the 
supervision of the instructor. 

Dispensary Instruction. Small sections are instructed in the dispensaries of 
the University and Mercy Hospitals five afternoons each week. In this way 
students are brought into contact with nervous diseases in their early and late 
manifestations. 

HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 

Huntington Williams. Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

William H, F. Warthen Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Ross Davies Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

HosACE HoDES Associate Professor of Hygiene and Public Health 

Third Year. A one-hour lecture is given to the whole class each Tuesday during 
both semesters. Basic instruction is afforded in the clinical and pubHc health 
aspects of the communicable diseases including syphilis and tuberculosis. The 
lectures are under the auspices of the Department of Medicine and are given by 
staff members of that department, including physicians representing pediatrics, 
hygiene and public health, and by staff members of the Baltimore City Health 
Department. 

Fourth Year. Elective work is also assigned at Sydenham Hospital, the one- 
hundred bed communicable disease hospital of the City Health Department, and 
at its Western Health District, 617 West Lombard Street, where the District 
Health Officer arranges for home visiting and the student prepares and presents 
a Home Survey Report. 

The course deals with the fundamentals of public health and supplements the 
work in the third year. The major emphasis in both years is on the practice of 
preventive medicine and the relation of prevention to diagnosis and treatment, 
and on the civic and social implications of the medical services. 

LEGAL MEDICINE 

Third Year. This course embraces a summary of some of the following: Pro- 
ceedings in criminal and civil prosecution, medical evidence and testimony, identity 
and its general relations, rape, criminal abortions, signs of death, wounds in their 
medico-legal relations, natural and homJcidal death, malpractice, insanity, and 
medico-legal autopsies, including poisoning. 

Total hours: 4. 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHELOLOGY 

Harry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

Francis A. Ellis Assistant Professor of Dermatology 



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Harry M. Robinson, Jr Assistant Professor of Dermatology 

Eugene S. Bereston Associate in Dermatology 

A. Albert Shapiro Associate in Dermatology 

Israel Zeligman Associate in Dermatology 

R. C. V. Robinson Associate in Dermatology 

Lucile J. Caldwell Instructor in Dermatology 

Benjamin Highstein Instructor in Dermatology 

Mark B. Hollander Instructor in Dermatology 

V. Harwood Link Assistant in Dermatology 

Morris M. Cohen Assistant in Dermatology 

The third year class receives six lecture-demonstrations on the principles of 
dermatology by Dr. Robinson. 

The senior course consists of demonstrations of the common skin diseases and 
venereal diseases given throughout the year by Dr. Robinson and staff. A weekly 
lecture-demonstration is given to the whole senior class by Dr. Robinson and 
Dr. EUis. 

Daily demonstrations and conferences are carried on by the out-patient staff in 
the dermatologic clinic involving both skin diseases and venereal diseases. 

Third year 15 hours 

Fourth Year 49 hours 

Total 64 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 

Charles Reid Edwards Professor of Surgery, and Acting Head of the Department 

Walter D. Wise Professor of Surgery 

Elliott H. Hutchins Professor of Surgery 

F. L. Jennings Professor of Clinical Surgery 

D. J. Pessagno Professor of Clinical Surgery 

George H. Yeager Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Monte Edwards Clinical Professor of Surgery 

Otto C. Brantigan Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Harry C. Hull Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Charles A. REiFSCHNEmER Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

Thomas R. Chambers Associate Professor of Surgery 

R. W. Locher Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Edward S. Johnson Associate Professor of Surgery 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery 

Cyrus F. Horine Associate Professor of Surgery 

Charles W. Maxson Associate Professor of Surgery 

C. W. Peake Associate Professor of Surgery 

James W. Nelson Associate Professor of Surgery 

William F, Reinhoff, Jr Associate Professor of Surgery 

I. Ridgeway Trimble Associate Professor of Surgery 

W. W\a.llace Walker Associate Professor of Surgery and Surgical Anatomy 

H. F. Bongardt Assistant Professor of Surgery 

I. 0. Ridgely Assistant Professor of Surgery 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 73 

Simon H. Brager Assistant Professor of Surgery and Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

Raymond F. Helfrich Associate in Surgery 

William B. Settle Associate in Surgery 

Arthur G. Siwinski Associate in Surgery 

George Govatos Associate in Surgery 

Joseph V. Jerardi .Associate in Surgery 

Henry L. Rigdon Associate in Surgery 

Herbert E. Reifschneider Associate in Surgery 

Harold H. Burns Associate in Surgery 

William L. Garlick Associate in Surgery 

Joseph M. Miller Lecturer in Surgery 

J. DuER MooRES Instructor in Surgery 

Calvin Hyman Instructor in Surgery 

Clyde F. Earns Instructor in Surgery 

Daniel R. Robinson Instructor in Surgery 

George H. Brouillet Instructor in Surgery 

Harry C. Bowie Instructor in Surger>' 

Stuart G. Coughlan Instructor in Surger>' 

John F. Schaefer Instructor in Surgery 

Robert F, Healy Instructor in Surgery 

Robert C. Sheppard Instructor in Surgery 

Samuel E. Proctor Instructor in Surgery 

F. Ford Loker Instructor in Surgery 

E. Roderick Shipley Instructor in Surgery 

Edwin H. Stewart, Jr Instructor in Surgery 

Patrick C. Phelan, Jr Instructor in Surgery 

William R. Geraghty Assistant in Surger>' 

Howard B. McElwain Assistant in Surgery 

A. V. BuCHNEss Assistant in Surgery 

T. J. TouHEY Assistant in Surgery 

Samuel H. Culver Assistant in Surgery 

L. T. Chance Assistant in Surgery 

W. Allen Deckert Assistant in Surgery 

William C. Dunnigan Assistant in Surgery 

Howard L. Zupnik Assistant in Surgery 

Raymond M. Cunningham Assistant in Surger>' 

John W. Chambers Assistant in Surgery 

Ross Z. PiERPONT Assistant in Surgery 

Michael L. DeVincentis Assistant in Surgery 

Louis E. Goodman Assistant in Surgery 

Arlie R. Mansberger, Jr Research Fellow in Surgery 

Instruction is given by means of lectures, laboratory work, recitations, dis- 
pensary work, bedside instruction, ward classes, and clinics. The work begins 
in the second year and continues throughout the third and fourth years. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory, operative surgery labora- 
tory, the dispensaries, wards, laboratories and operating rooms of the University 
and Mercy Hospitals, and in the wards and operating rooms of the Baltimore City 
Hospitals. 



74 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

SECOND YEAR 

Topographic and Surgical Anatomy. Second semester. The course is 
designed to bridge the gap between anatomy in the abstract and clinical anatomy 
as apphed to the study and practice of medicine and surgery. 

The teaching is done in the anatomical laboratory, and students are required to 
dissect and to demonstrate all points, outlines, and regions on the cadaver. Under- 
lying regions are dissected to bring out outlines and relations of structures. 

Two lectures and two laboratory periods per week. Drs. Brantigan, Walker, 
Settle, Bowie, H. E. Reif Schneider, Rigdon, Brouillet and Pierpont. 

Total hours: 96. 

Principles of Surgery. Second semester. This course includes discussions 
of irritants, infection, repair of tissue, healing of tissue, relationship of bacteriology 
to surgery, modem chemotherapy in surgical diseases, ulcers, wounds, thrombo- 
phlebitis, phlebothrombosis, peripheral vascular diseases, thermal burns, injuries 
due to cold, surgical shock, diseases of the lymphatics, gangrene of the skin and 
extremities, aneurysms, hemorrhage, varicose veins, embolism, sinuses and fistulae, 
tetanus, anthrax and actinomycosis. 

Lectures, two hours a week for one semester, are given to the whole class. Drs. 
Adams and Sheppard. 

THIRD YEAR 

General and Regional Surgery. Lectures, recitations and clinics on the 
principles of surgery, general surgery including fractures and dislocations are 
given three hours a week to the whole class. Dr. Hull. 

The class is divided into groups and receives instruction in history-taking 
and surgical pathology under the supervision of the chief of the pathologic 
department of the Baltimore City Hospitals. Instruction is also given in surgi- 
cal diagnosis and in general surgery at the bedside and in the classroom at this in- 
stitution by Drs. Hull, C. A. Reifschneider, Brantigan and Adams. Two hours 
per week are given in orthopaedic surgery by Dr. VosheU, chief of the orthopaedic 
service of this institution. 

Operative Surgery. Two courses in operative surgery are given under the 
supervision of Dr. Yeager assisted by Drs. Brager, Deckert, Govatos, Gutman, 
Healy, F. C. Karns, Mech, Joseph Miller, Peake and Rigdon. The class is divided 
into sections and each section is given practical and individual work under the 
supervision of the instructors. 

Surgical Out-patient Department. Under supervision, the student takes 
the history, makes the physical examination, attempts the diagnosis and, as far 
as possible, carries out the treatment of ambulatory surgical patients in the 
University and Mercy Hospitals. Mercy Hospital — Dr. Raymond F. Helfrich 
assisted by the out-patient staff. University Hospital — Drs. Settle and Sheppard 
assisted by the out-patient staff. 

FOURTH YEAR 

Clinics. A weekly clinic is given at the Mercy and at the University Hospitals 
to one-half the class throughout the year. As far as possible this is a diagnostic 
clinic. Mercy Hospital— Dr. Wise. University Hospital— Dr. C. R. Edwards. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 75 

Surgical Pathology. At Mercy Hospital. Specimens from the operating 
room and museum are studied in the gross and microscopically in relation to the 
case history. 14 hours. Dr. Pessagno. 

Surgery of the Chest. At Mercy Hospital. Operations and conferences. 
14 hours. Drs. Rienhoff and Garlick. 

Traumatic Surgery. This course deals with operative and post-operative 
treatment of accident cases and with instructions as to the relationship between the 
state, the employee, the employer, and the physician's duty to each. One hour 
a week to sections of the class throughout the year. Dr. C. A. Reifschneider. 

Clinical Clerkship. This work includes the personal study of assigned 
hospital patients, under supervision of the staffs of the University and Mercy 
Hospitals, and embraces history-taking, and physical examination of patients, 
laboratory examinations, attendance at operations and observation of post- 
operative treatment. 

Ward Classes. Ward-class instruction in small groups will consist of ward 
rounds, surgical diagnosis, treatment and the after-care of operative cases. Mercy 
Hospital — Drs. Wise, Hutchins, Blake, Pessagno, Nelson, Trimble, Brager and 
Jerardi. University Hospital — Drs. C. Reid Edwards, Yeager, Hull and C. A. 
Reifschneider. 

ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY 

Allen Fiske Voshell Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Harry L. Rogers Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Moses Gellman Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Henry F. Ullrich Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery 

Milton J. Wilder x\ssistant Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

I. H. Maseritz Associate in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Jason H. Gaskel Instructor in Orthopaedic Surgery 

Didactic, clinical, bedside and out-patient instruction is given in the fourth 
year at the University and Mercy Hospitals and Dispensaries, Kernan Hospital 
for Crippled Children at Dickeyville and Baltimore City Hospitals. Instruction 
is also given in the third year in small groups at the Baltimore City Hospitals. 

Weekly lectures throughout the year present all phases of orthopaedic surgery 
except fractures; brief discussions and demonstration of physical and occupational 
therapy are included. 

Fourth year groups are given more intimate instruction biweekly at one of the 
above institutions; fracture cases are included here. 

Third year 60 hours 

Fourth year 90 hours 

Total 150 hours 

RHINOLOGY AND LARYNGOLOGY 

Edward A. Looper Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Waitman F. Zinn Clinical Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 



76 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Franklin B. Anderson Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Thomas R. O'Rourk Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Benjamin S. Rich Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Frederick T. Kyper Associate Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

W. Raymond McKenzie Assistant Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Fayne a. Kayser Assistant Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Theodore Schwartz Assistant Professor of Rhinology and Laryngology 

Samuel L. Fox Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Benjamin H. Isaacs Associate in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Richard J. Cross Instructor in Rhinology and Laryngology 

John H. Hirschfeld Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Robert Z. Berry Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Ross C. Brooks Assistant in Rhinology and Laryngology 

Third Year. Instruction to whole class is given in the common diseases of the 
nose and throat, attention being especially directed to infections of the accessory 
sinuses, the importance of focal infections in the etiology of general diseases and 
modern methods of diagnosis. Lectures illustrated by lantern slides are given 
one hour weekly for seven weeks by Dr. Looper. 

Fourth Year. Dispensary instruction is given for one and one-half hours daily, 
to small sections at the University and the Mercy Hospitals. The student is 
afforded an opportunity to study, diagnose and treat patients under supervision. 
Ward classes and clinical demonstrations are given in periods of one and one-half 
hours weekly throughout the session in the University and the Mercy Hospitals. 

The Looper Clinic for bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy, recently established 
in the University Hospital, affords unusual opportunities for students to study 
diseases of the larynx, bronchi and esophagus. The clinic is open to students 
daily from 2 to 4 P.M. under direction of Dr. Looper. 

The Mercy Hospital clinic for bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy is under the 
direction of Dr. Zinn. In these two clinics the etiology, symptomatology, diag- 
nosis and treatment of foreign bodies in the air and food passages, as well as 
bronchoscopy, are taught to students as an aid in the diagnosis and treatment of 
diseases of the lungs. 

Third year 9 hours 

Fourth year 53 hours 

Total 62 hours 

GENITO-URINARY SURGERY 

W. Houston Toulson Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Kenneth D. Legge Professor of Clinical Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Howard B. Mays Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Francis W. Gillis Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

John F. Hogan Assistant Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Austin H. Wood Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Lyle J. Millan Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

L. K. Fargo Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Hugh J. Jewett Associate in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

John S. Haines Instructor in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Charles W. Hawkins Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery 

Morris A. Fine Assistant in Genito-Urinary Surgery 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 77 

Third Year. This course is given for seven hours to the whole class. It con- 
sists of lectures and demonstrations, including the use of lantern slides and motion 
pictures. Dr. Toulson. 

Fourth Year. The course in this year includes explanations and demonstrations 
of urethroscopy, cystoscopy, ureteral catheterization, renal function tests, urog- 
raphy, urine cultures and the various laboratory procedures. The teaching con- 
sists of clinics and ward rounds to small groups, and attendance by members of 
the senior class upon the out-patients in the dispensary. The student here is 
placed much on his own responsibility in arriving at a diagnosis. These dispensary 
classes are conducted at both the Mercy and University Hospitals where practically 
every variety of urogenital disease is seen and used for teaching purposes. 

Third year 6 hours 

Fourth year 39 hours 

Total 45 hours 

PROCTOLOGY 

Monte Edwards Professor of Proctology 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Proctology 

SmoN H. Brager Assistant Professor of Proctology 

Donald B. Hebb Instructor in Proctology 

William T. Supik Instructor in Proctology 

Raymond M. Cunningham Instructor in Proctology 

Third Year. Seven lectures are given to the whole class. This course is for 
instruction in the diseases of the colon, sigmoid flexure, rectum and anus, and 
covers the essential features of the anatomy and physiology of the large intestine 
as well as the various diseases to which it is subject. Dr. Monte Edwards. 

Fourth Year. Ward and dispensary instruction is given in the University and 
Mercy Hospitals, where different phases of the various diseases are taught by 
direct observation and examination. The use of the proctoscope and sigmoido- 
scope in the examination of the rectum and sigmoid is made familiar to each stu- 
dent. Mercy Hospital — Drs. Blake and Brager. University Hospital — Drs. 
Monte Edwards and Adams. 

Third year 7 hours 

Fourth year , 16 hours 

Total 23 hours 

OTOLOGY 

Thomas R. O'Rourz Clinical Professor of Otology 

Franklin B. Anderson Associate Professor of Otology 

Benjamin S. Rich Associate in Otology 

Frederick T. Kyper Associate in Otology 

Samuel L. Fox Associate in Otology 

Richard J. Cross Instructor in Otology 

The course in otology is planned to give a practical knowledge of the anatomy 
and physiology of the ear, and its proximity and relationship to the brain and other 
vital structures. The inflammatory diseases, their etiology, diagnosis, treatment 



78 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

and complications are particularly stressed, with emphasis upon their relationship 
to the diseases of children, head-surgery and neurology. 

Third Year. The whole class is given instruction by means of talks, anatomical 
specimens and lantern shdes. 

Fourth Year. Small sections of the class receive instruction and make personal 
examinations of patients under the direction of an instructor. The student is 
urged to make a routine examination of the ear in his ward work in general medi- 
cine and surgery. 

Third year 12 hours 

Fourth year 40 hours 

Total 52" hours 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY 

Charles Bagley, Jr Professor of Neurological Surgery 

Richard G. Coblentz Professor of Clinical Neurological Surgery 

James G. Arnold, Jr Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery 

John A. Wagner Associate Professor of Pathology and Neuropathology 

Raymond K. Thompson 

Instructor in Neurological Surgery, Director of Neurological Surgery Research 

Frank J. Otenasek Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

John W. Chambers Assistant in Neurological Surgery 

Robert M. N. Crosby. .Hitchcock Fellow in Neurological Surgery Assigned to Research 

J. PoMEROY Nichols Hoflfberger Fellow, Neurological Surgery 

Loms 0. J. Manganiello Resident in Neurological Surgery 

Jos6 A. Alvarez Assistant Resident in Neurological Surgery 

George W. Smith 

Assistant Resident, Baltimore City Hospitals, Assigned to Neurological Surgery 

Third year. The course covers instruction in diagnosis and treatment of 
surgical conditions of the brain, spinal cord and the peripheral nerves. Drs. 
Bagley, Coblentz, Arnold and Thompson. 

Fourth year. Weekly ward rounds and conferences are given at the L'niversity 
Hospital. Drs. Bagley, Coblentz, Arnold and Thompson. Instruction is given 
(elective) in the out-patient dispensary by Drs. Louis Manganiello, George Smith 
and Jose A. Alvarez. 

Third year 12 hours 

Fourth year 15 hours 

Conference and ward rounds (elective) 32 hours 

Neurological Surgery Dispensary (elective) 48 hours 



Total 107 hours 

ONCOLOGY 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gynecology 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery 

Beverley C. Compton Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

John C. Dumler Assistant Professor of Gjoiecology 



ORGANIZATION OF TEE CURRICULUM 79 

William K. Diehl Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Everett S. Diggs Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Arthur G. Siwinski Associate in Surgery 

Edwin H. Stewart Instructor in Surgery 

J. Duer Moores Instructor in Surgery 

Louis F. Goodman Assistant in Surgery 

Robert G. Chambers , National Cancer Institute Trainee 

Harold P. Biehl National Cancer Institute Trainee 

E. Eugene Covington Assistant Radiologist 

The purpose of the courses in Oncology is to give students training in the 
diagnosis and treatment of neoplastic diseases not obtained in other departments 
and at the same time to correlate this training with that received in surgery, 
medicme, roentgenology and other specialties. 

Third Year: An out-patient clinic is held once weekly, which affords an op- 
portunity for instruction in small groups of students assigned in rotation from 
the general surgical and gynecological sections. The gynecological problems are 
under the supervision of Dr. Hundley and the general surgical conditions are 
under the direction of Dr. Ward. 

In addition to dispensary work, five lectures in general oncology are given 
by Dr. Ward and staff to the entire class at the end of the year. The increasing im- 
portance of the cancer problem throughout the State, Nation and civilized world 
is emphasized. The biological aspects of cancer and the relation of hormones, 
carcinogenic agents, and etiological factors are reviewed. The histological classifi- 
cations and gradation of neoplasms are outlined and the biophysical effects of 
irradiation therapy discussed. The diagnosis, surgical and radiological treatment 
of neoplasms of the head and neck, oral cavity, skin, breasts, and hemopoietic 
system are also discussed. Physics and practical application of radium is given. 
The diagnosis and treatment, both surgical and radiological, of neoplasms of the 
head and neck, oral cavity, skin, breasts and hemopoietic system are also covered. 

Fourth Year: Each ward class meets for one and one-half hours once a week 
for five weeks with Dr. Ward and staff for demonstration and discussion of pa- 
tients with neoplastic diseases. 

Dr. Hundley and staff give instructions in the diagnosis and treatment of 
cancer of the generative organs during the regular gynecological courses in ad- 
dition to the above mentioned dispensary instruction. 

Third year 8 hours 

Fourth year 16 hours 

Total 24 hours 

DENTISTRY 

^Brice M. Dorsey Professor of Oral Surgery 

^Myron S. Aisenberg Professor of Pathology 

^ Faculty Member, School of Dentistry. 



80 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

^Joseph C. Biddix, Jr Professor of Oral Diagnosis 

^Kyrle W. Preis Professor of Orthodontics 

iHarry M. Robinson, Sr Professor of Dermatology 

^Grayson W. Gaver Professor of Dental Prosthesis 

^Ernest B. Nuttall Professor of Crown and Bridge 

^Kenneth V. Randolph Professor of Operative Dentistry 

^Edward C. Dobbs , Professor of Pharmacology 

George H. Yeager Professor of Clinical Surgery 

Grant E. Ward Associate Professor of Surgery and Oral Surgery 

^HuGH H. Hicks Associate Professor of Periodontology 

^Lewis C. Toomey Associate Professor of Oral Surgery 

George McLean Assistant Professor of Medicine 

^Wilbur O. Ramsay Assistant Professor of Clinical Dental Prosthesis 

^Samuel H. Bryant Instructor in Oral Diagnosis 

iRussELL Gigliotti Instructor in CKnical Oral Diagnosis 

^Joseph P. Cappuccio Instructor in Oral Surgery 

^Conrad L. In^an Instructor in Anesthesiology 

This section has been reorganized for the teachuig of both medical and dental 
students. There has been established a division in the out-patient department, 
and beds will be provided in the University Hospital, for the care of patients who 
will be available for the teaching of students from both schools. 

Senior year: clinics weekly. 

Ward instruction and group teaching are given. This includes diagnosis and 
treatment of diseases of the face, mouth and jaws. 

INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE AND SURGERY 

G. Carroll Lockard Professor of Clinical Medicine 

Charles A. Reefschneider Clinical Professor of Traumatic Surgery 

Thurston R. Adams Assistant Professor of Surgery 

This section is under the combined supervision of the medical and surgical 
departments. It is a cooperative effort by members of the medical school and 
hospital staff to afford means for clinical and laboratory study of the patient who 
has been subjected to traumatic or medical industrial hazard, so that adequate 
care may be instituted to promote his physical well-being. The facilities of the 
laboratories of the medical school and hospital are available as required. 

Under direction of this department limited undergraduate instruction is given, 
especially in the methods of examination and of keeping records and in the general 
medico-legal principles as they affect the industrial employee, the employer, the 
general insurers, the physician and the hospital. There is also instruction on 
methods of making life insurance and other physical examinations, whether for 
employment or for health purposes. The wards of the University, Mercy and 
Baltimore City Hospitals provide for bed-side instruction. 

Total hours: 48. 

1 Faculty Member, School of Dentistry. 



ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM 81 

PLASTIC SURGERY 

Edward A. Kitlowsei Clinical Professor of Pkistic Surgery 

Clarence P. Scarborough Instructor in Plastic Surgery 

Robert W. Johnson, III Assistant in Plastic Surgery 

This course is designed to acquaint students with the problems of reconstruc- 
tive and plastic surgery. A subdivision in the dispensaty has been estabhshed 
and beds for patients will be available for instruction in this course at the Univer- 
sity and Baltimore City Hospitals and Keman's Hospital for Crippled Children. 

Third Year. Five lectures are given to the whole class. Dispensary instruction 
is provided on Mondays and Fridays. 

Fourth Year. Ward rounds and operative demonstrations are held at the 
hospitals. 

SPEECH TRAINING CLINIC 

Edward A. Kitlowski Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery 

Ray Ehrensberger Professor of Speech 

Merle Ansberry Associate Professor of Speech 

This department has been installed in conjunction with the Department of 
Speech of the University at College Park to evaluate the speech difficulties in 
children with congenital defects. Admission to the Clinic is by appointment only. 
The Clmic operates all day Thursdays. 

DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS 

Louis H. Douglass Professor of Obstetrics, and Head of the Department 

Emil Novak Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

J. Morris Reese Associate Professor of Obstetrics 

Isadore a. Siegel Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

John E. Savage Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

D. Frank Kaltreider Assistant Professor of Obstetrics 

Margaret B. Ballard Associate in Obstetrics 

Hugh B. McNally Associate in Obstetrics 

D. McClelland Dixon Associate in Obstetrics 

Osborne C. Christensen Associate in Obstetrics 

J. Huff Morrison Instructor in Obstetrics 

Kenneth B. Boyd Assistant in Obstetrics 

W. Kenneth Mansfield, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

George H. Davis Assistant in Obstetrics 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

J. King B. E. Seegar, Jr Assistant in Obstetrics 

Schuyler G. Kohn Assistant in Obstetrics 

LoRMAN L, Levinson Assistant in Obstetrics 

L. Calvin Gareis Assistant in Obstetrics 

Theodore Kardash Assistant in Obstetrics 



82 THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Third Year. The lectures and recitations consisting of three hours* teaching 
weekly are designed to cover the anatomy of the female generative tract and the 
bony pelvis, the physiology and development of the ovum and the physiology of 
pregnancy and labor. Following this the pathology of pregnancy, labor and the 
puerperium are taken up. Drs. Douglass, Reese, Siegel, Savage, and Dixon. 

Each student spends time during his junior year at the Baltimore City Hospitals 
observing, assisting and finally deUvering patients under strict supervision. Each 
student sees about twenty dehveries there, and does a considerable amount of the 
routine work. 

The junior students are assigned as assistants to the seniors in the home delivery 
service and accompany them on deliveries. 

Each student receives, in small groups, ten hours of instruction in palpation of 
patients and mensuration of the pelvis and demonstrations of the mechanism of 
labor. Drs. Siegel and IVIcNally. 

Fourth Year. At the weekly clinical conference, cases are presented and dis- 
cussed and the student body is encouraged to offer opinions and to ask questions. 
There is no didactic teaching done, and an earnest effort is made to keep it, in 
every sense of the word, a conference. Dr. Douglass and associates. 

The ward classes are held twice weekly for five weeks for each group. Various 
subjects are assigned and discussed, patients and their histories are presented. 
Drs. Reese, Novey, Savage and McNally. 

Manikin instruction is given once a week. Drs. Dixon, Kaltreider and Doeller. 

During the same five-week period, the students are sent into patients' homes 
to conduct deliveries under supervision of a senior member of the house staff and 
with the assistance of a graduate nurse. The student is held responsible for the 
complete conduct of each assigned case. 

Each student spends thirty hours in the prenatal clinic, taking histories and 
examining patients under supervision. 

Finally, the students are invited to attend the monthly meetings of The Com- 
mittee on Maternal Mortality, where all maternal deaths occurring in Baltunore 
are openly discussed. Hours — Third year — 148; Fourth year — 102; total — 250. 

DEPARTMENT OF GYNECOLOGY 

J. Mason Hundley, Jr Professor of Gjmecology, and Head of the Department 

Thomas K. Galvin Clinical Professor of Gynecology 

Leo Brady Assistant Professor of G}Tiecology 

Edward P. Smith Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

William K. Diehl Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Everett S. Diggs Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

Beverley C. Compton Assistant Professor of Gynecology 

John C. Dttmler Assistant Professor of G>Tiecology 

Ernest I. Cornbrooks, Jr Assistant Professor of G^iiecology 

J. J. Erwin Assistant Professor of G>Tiecology 

John T. Hibbitts Associate in Gynecology 

Kenneth B. Boyd Associate in Gynecology 

Gerald A. Galvin Associate in Gynecology 

Thomas S. Bowyer Instructor in Gynecology 

Ernest S. Edlow Instructor in Gynecology 

W. Allen Deckert Instructor in Gynecology 



ORGANIZATION OF TEE CURRICULUM 83 

H. L. Granoff Instructor in Gynecology 

Theodore Kardash Instructor in G>'necology 

Charles B. Marek Instructor in Gynecology 

Helen I. Maginnis Instructor in Gynecology 

Charles H. Doeller, Jr Instructor in Gynecology 

William A. Dodd Instructor in Gynecology 

Harry McB. Beck Instructor in Gynecology 

William C. Duffy Instructor in Gynecology 

Joseph C. Sheehan Instructor in G>Tiecology 

William J. Rysanek Instructor in Gynecology 

Harry F. Kane Instructor in Gynecology 

Robert B. Tunney Instructor in Gynecology 

Third Year. A course of thirty lectures and recitations is given to the whole 
class. In addition, a short course of lecture-demonstrations is given at the Balti- 
more City Hospitals, consisting of eight periods of one hour each, in which small 
groups of students are instructed in the fundamentals of gynecological diagnosis 
and examination. 

Fourth Year, Operative clinics — lectures and demonstrations — are given six 
hours per week, for five weeks, to sections of the class. 

Instruction in female urology is given. A small number of students may at- 
tend the cystoscopic dispensary which is held twice weekly. 

The course in gynecology also includes instruction in the diagnosis and treat- 
ment cf cancer of the generative organs. Small groups of students attend the 
oncological dispensary for additional work. 

Third year 38 hours 

Fourth year 74 hours 

Total 112 hours 

DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY 

F. EDW^N Know^les, Jr. 

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology and Chairman of the Department, 

Jonas Friedenwald Lecturer in Ophthalmic Pathology 

Joseph I. Kemlek Associate in Ophthalmology 

Paul N. Friedman Instructor in Ophthalmology 

A. Kremen Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Cleo D, Stiles Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Ruby A. Smith Instructor in Ophthalmology 

D. J. McHenry Instructor in Ophthalmology 

F. E. Brumback Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Richard J. Cross Instructor in Ophthalmology 

Frederick M. Reese Assistant in Ophthalmology 

Third Year. Second semester. Dr. Friedman reviews the anatomy and physi- 
ology of the eye and discusses the methods used in making the various exami- 
nations. Errors of re